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Hey guys. I have a game that i realllly want to play (shenmue for dreamcast) but ever damn one i find the first disk has small scratches on it and dreamcast cant load it, it can occasionaly but very rarely. Anyone ever use a good cd cleaner to clean their old games im thinking about getting this one http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...onics&n=507846
Any help would be great beause for some reason cds for dreamcast and saturn are very sensitive
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I have only used a disc Dr. before. I ended up buying a saturn game off some guy with tons of scratches on it, he gave it to me for like a dollar, but after running it a few times through the disc Dr, it worked fine. this one looks like it would work just fine as well.
anything like a disk-doctor is good --- basically they sand down the entire disk to the level of the cracks ... and if that doesn't work, check to see if there are any 'holes' in the top sticker, for a place where you can see through the lable... on older game disks like that the top sticker can 'chip' away at the information when torn off.
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