How to repair a damaged DVD-R disc?
aiden 20 weeks ago
I have a DVD-R that has (had) some old client files stored on it, but it looks as if someone used it for a frisbee. With their dog. So now it is heavily scratched, and I get a disc read error when I try to access the data. Are there any cleaning or buffing methods that actually work? It may be beyond recovery, but I would like to give it a try.
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