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    overused/scratched game disc

    I rented (shhhh..) a wii game from a local store hre today to rip and its ..well scratched and overused. you cna see the wear on it, it DOES run. but not for long as soon as it gets past the loading screen to start gamepaly. it fizzles . is it still possible to gain a rip off of it via the wifi trick? or should I bother?
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    If the game disc is scratched so the lazer can read it properly then i would go back and complain..

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    Yes, better to return and get better disc.

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    yes just get another copy, but here are a few tips to repair scratched disks. take a old clean cloth take some regular toothpaste and put it on the cloth and do a circluar motion on the disk the wipe clean you can also yoiuse bannanas

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    But everytime you use something to clean the back of the cd, it leaves "dirts" (white small dirts)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jebise101 View Post
    you can also yoiuse bannanas
    Never knew that

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    Quote Originally Posted by jebise101 View Post
    yes just get another copy, but here are a few tips to repair scratched disks. take a old clean cloth take some regular toothpaste and put it on the cloth and do a circluar motion on the disk the wipe clean you can also yoiuse bannanas
    What brand of toothpaste?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanylapep View Post
    What brand of toothpaste?
    what are you guys talking about?

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    I have a pro TDR buffer, It actually removes light scratches. Local games stores sometimes have these machines and offer scratch removal as a service. In UK anyways.

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    Do you have link? I would like to purchase! (Canada)

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