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Posted on 1998-10-28
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Is there a way to clean a CD-ROM's reading head (the lens)?
(some kind a cleaning kit)
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Question by:gikam
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by:Flipper69
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Buy a CD-ROM lens cleaning kit at your local Future Shop.  Tell 'em Flipper69 sent ya.
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by:arunm
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I bet your machine regularly needs cleaning flipper after all those porn downloads?

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by:gikam
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hehe, u both are nice!
thanx
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peha98 earned 10 total points
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U could easyly open the drive and clean the lense manually by using ear buts an alchohol

Peha98
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