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PSX Disc Repair

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Two of my PlayStation games (namely the old-school titles of Soviet Strike and Assault Rigs) have a few scratches on the black side that basically make them "unISOable" (and in AS' case unable to get past the intro). There are a lot of companies I've seen, and a few home-kits to buy in which CDs can be repaired as long as the label-side isn't scratched and the CD isn't cracked or broken. I'm just wondering if anyone here has had any experience with any home-kits or companies and for their opinions on it.

Thank you.
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Toothpaste trick?! WTF?! Sounds like the "hold your console upside drown trick" to me. I'll look in to that.
I'm sending three PSX disks (Assault Rigs: Nightmare Creatures: Soviet Strike) to the "CD Hospital." I'll report on the results later.
Three posts in a row ... not purposely (check the date.)

But I got my CDs back from the CD Hospital ... and I'm impressed. Quick and efficient fixing of disks. I hate doing this, but if you live in the British Isles and you have fux0rd disks, check them out.
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