How to Fix a Scratched PS2 Game?

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A scratched PS2 game can be recovered by cleaning its plastic surface. If the CD is still giving reading errors after cleaning, just polish the CD with toothpaste. Put toothpaste on the disc surface and apply it all over the scratches. Rinse with water, and then dry it with a clean cloth.
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1. Rinse the game disc with warm water. With a clean cloth, wipe the disc from the center to the edge in straight lines. Do not move in a circular motion. This can further damage
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You replace the scratched game with a working game. Why would you think some cleaner could remove scratches. Most of the time professional polishing machines can not restore a bad
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Go to the closest game shop. They probably have a kind of polishing tool that removes scratches from CD surfaces. You can also buy such a machine. If you frequently scratch your CDs
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Buy a Memorex Optifix Pro it cost about $20 at Wal-mart! Mine has paid for itself 10 fold! Have you ever had a CD skip or a DVD freeze? Memorex’s OptiFix Pro is the solution
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You can fix your scratched Ps2 games by using a Memorex OptiFix Pro device. This device comes with its own adapter and is an automated clean and repair system. You can also achieve the same by washing the disc with water, applying a layer of toothpaste and finally wiping out the paste in a motion away from the discs centre.
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