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Wash the disk with warm water and mild soap. Use your finger to lightly (!) scrub it while it's soapy. Dry it and then rub plastic polish all over it, in tiny circles. When the polish begins to start drying, buff it remove the excess with the softest cotton T-shirt you have. I suggest, Novus Fine Scratch Remover #2, as it's made for polishing acrylic. ...


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These kinds of problems are almost always problems with the installation disc. For example, a scratched disc will be unreadable where the scratch is. Because you get the error for different files, it's more likely to be dust, lint, fingerprints, or even tiny hairs on the disc. Cleaning the disc carefully with a soft cotton cloth may fix the problem. Other ...



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