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cracked cd

Posted by louh (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 23, 11 at 17:05

My beloved Scrabble CD-Rom has developed a crack that is growing, but the CD is still playable. Is there any likelihood it will shatter in the CD drive during use or cause any other damage if I continue to use it until it no longer plays properly? The new versions on the market don't seem to be as good.


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RE: cracked cd

If you post this on the discussion side someone can probably help you.

RE: cracked cd

Thanks. I thought so too, but I could not find a way to do so. I was a registered, signed-in, member. Clicking on "Post a message" only brought me to the instructions to log in - already done. Clicking on "Post a message" down at that point resulted in nothing.

RE: cracked cd

When you first get to this side there is the word discussion in parenthesis. Click on that and it will take you there.

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