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Tonight's Closing Thoughts #504

Posted by Bambi , Mar 29 2013 · 85 views

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Anyone know a good way to clean a disc that DOESN'T involve sticking it in a sink?

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Fire.

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Use a hammer. :)

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idk a few

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Create a .iso file from the disc, get a program that you can use to read CD-images, put both of those onto a USB-stick, aaaand done =D

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Vorahk1Panrahk2
Mar 30 2013 10:02 AM

I usually dampen a tissue and then rub the disk lightly along the radius. It's worked in the past.

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