Caspio, e io che li buttavo! Appena torno provo se funziona…
Oppure può provare quel rabbino di Domenico che si compra i CD di carta velina, 100 pz. per 1€
If you’ve ever owned a CD or DVD, you’ve certainly had to deal with
scratched up, unreadable media. Hardware Secrets has a simple solution:
a scratched CD can be recovered by polishing its plastic
surface. If, after carrying out the above cleansing, the CD persists in
giving reading errors, just polish the CD with toothpaste. That’s
right, toothpaste. It works wonders, and you won’t spend a fortune
buying professional cleaning kits.
Having learned this trick in college, I can vouch for it. Don’t
expect to recover your most damaged CDs, but you certainly can work a
little magic. Anyone else have any good CD repair tips that work for
them? Let us know in the comments or at tips at lifehacker.com.