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My San Andreas disc was working fine yesterday, today, as soon as I load up the game, I get a message saying "Error reading the san andreas Disc"

 

What the hell happened?

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My San Andreas disc was working fine yesterday, today, as soon as I load up the game, I get a message saying "Error reading the san andreas Disc"

 

What the hell happened?

Did you scratch it?

Try CD Check.

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My San Andreas disc was working fine yesterday, today, as soon as I load up the game, I get a message saying "Error reading the san andreas Disc"

 

What the hell happened?

Did you scratch it?

Try CD Check.

I checked the disc and for some reason, it does have a few scratches on it, I always left it in the ps2 when I switched off so I don't know how that happened.

 

Does this mean I may have to get a new Disc?

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Use a bit of toothpaste and a cloth; it can work wonders. wink.gif

If you thought that was funny, then nobody is laughing angry.gif

 

Come on, I need a solution.

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Use a bit of toothpaste and a cloth; it can work wonders. wink.gif

If you thought that was funny, then nobody is laughing angry.gif

 

Come on, I need a solution.

That is actually a solution, but I haven't tried it, so I didn't suggest; but I knew somebody else would.

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Use a bit of toothpaste and a cloth; it can work wonders. wink.gif

If you thought that was funny, then nobody is laughing angry.gif

 

Come on, I need a solution.

That is actually a solution, but I haven't tried it, so I didn't suggest; but I knew somebody else would.

girishb is right , this is a solution , I also didn't try it. But my friend had a scratched disc, he tried that solution (toothpaste and a cloth), and it worked. Crazy way to fix a scratched disc tounge.gif .

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Use a bit of toothpaste and a cloth; it can work wonders. wink.gif

If you thought that was funny, then nobody is laughing angry.gif

 

Come on, I need a solution.

That is actually a solution, but I haven't tried it, so I didn't suggest; but I knew somebody else would.

girishb is right , this is a solution , I also didn't try it. But my friend had a scratched disc, he tried that solution (toothpaste and a cloth), and it worked. Crazy way to fix a scratched disc tounge.gif .

Toothpaste and cloth fixing a CD?

 

Yea right, that would just break the disc, so stop trying to trick me into breaking it.

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Use a bit of toothpaste and a cloth; it can work wonders. wink.gif

If you thought that was funny, then nobody is laughing angry.gif

 

Come on, I need a solution.

That is actually a solution, but I haven't tried it, so I didn't suggest; but I knew somebody else would.

girishb is right , this is a solution , I also didn't try it. But my friend had a scratched disc, he tried that solution (toothpaste and a cloth), and it worked. Crazy way to fix a scratched disc tounge.gif .

Toothpaste and cloth fixing a CD?

 

Yea right, that would just break the disc, so stop trying to trick me into breaking it.

No, dude. Honestly. Google it. dozingoff.gif

 

The toothpaste acts as a very fine sanding compound and smooths out

the more flat scratches that cause the laser light to break up causing

DRE's. It's worth a try, especially since the choice beyond 1 cent worth

of toothpaste is 20 dollars for something you already own...

 

Is this a PS2 slim? If so, any games that give you errors, just push on them

after they are in the system, at the "back" of the system.

 

Basically, any game that wont read properly, just try to "pivot" it

toward the laser. And away. It works.

 

-derty

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Use a bit of toothpaste and a cloth; it can work wonders. wink.gif

If you thought that was funny, then nobody is laughing angry.gif

 

Come on, I need a solution.

That is actually a solution, but I haven't tried it, so I didn't suggest; but I knew somebody else would.

girishb is right , this is a solution , I also didn't try it. But my friend had a scratched disc, he tried that solution (toothpaste and a cloth), and it worked. Crazy way to fix a scratched disc tounge.gif .

Toothpaste and cloth fixing a CD?

 

Yea right, that would just break the disc, so stop trying to trick me into breaking it.

No, dude. Honestly. Google it. dozingoff.gif

 

The toothpaste acts as a very fine sanding compound and smooths out

the more flat scratches that cause the laser light to break up causing

DRE's. It's worth a try, especially since the choice beyond 1 cent worth

of toothpaste is 20 dollars for something you already own...

 

Is this a PS2 slim? If so, any games that give you errors, just push on them

after they are in the system, at the "back" of the system.

 

Basically, any game that wont read properly, just try to "pivot" it

toward the laser. And away. It works.

 

-derty

Toothpaste and cloth don't clean or fix a disc.

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Use a bit of toothpaste and a cloth; it can work wonders. wink.gif

If you thought that was funny, then nobody is laughing angry.gif

 

Come on, I need a solution.

That is actually a solution, but I haven't tried it, so I didn't suggest; but I knew somebody else would.

girishb is right , this is a solution , I also didn't try it. But my friend had a scratched disc, he tried that solution (toothpaste and a cloth), and it worked. Crazy way to fix a scratched disc tounge.gif .

Toothpaste and cloth fixing a CD?

 

Yea right, that would just break the disc, so stop trying to trick me into breaking it.

No, dude. Honestly. Google it. dozingoff.gif

 

The toothpaste acts as a very fine sanding compound and smooths out

the more flat scratches that cause the laser light to break up causing

DRE's. It's worth a try, especially since the choice beyond 1 cent worth

of toothpaste is 20 dollars for something you already own...

 

Is this a PS2 slim? If so, any games that give you errors, just push on them

after they are in the system, at the "back" of the system.

 

Basically, any game that wont read properly, just try to "pivot" it

toward the laser. And away. It works.

 

-derty

Toothpaste and cloth don't clean or fix a disc.

If you have an old disc, that it's scratched, and you don't want it anymore , try the toothpaste and cloth, and if it worked, try it on San Andreas disc.( By the way, the message you get is : Error readig the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas disc. And not the san Andreas disc tounge.gif ).

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Toothpaste and cloth don't clean or fix a disc.

It's seems to be a bit difficult to make you believe.

Anyways, did you read from the link that I gave you? If you have not, read point no. 6.

Here's the link again: How to Fix a Scratched CD?

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Yea right, that would just break the disc, so stop trying to trick me into breaking it.

Maybe you are thinking in a way to use the toothpaste that it's different than our way.

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I have tried that toothpaste and cloth on 1 of my CD's. It put more scratches on it than it already had. And i did it the same way i saw it on this commercial or something on tv, on how to clean disks.

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I have tried that toothpaste and cloth on 1 of my CD's. It put more scratches on it than it already had. And i did it the same way i saw it on this commercial or something on tv, on how to clean disks.

See the link that girishb posted in his last post.

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