You have some questions. Before sending your discs off to some address in another state, you'd like to know that the company receiving your prized game disc actually knows what they are talking about, right? We've included some information on the pages below about how a disc plays, how we repair scratched CDs and DVDs, and how you can determine whether your disc can be fixed. If you don't see an answer to your question, we invite you to contact us. We'd be happy to answer questions you might have about disc repair.
Frequently Asked Questions
When compact discs arrived 20 years ago, they promised convenience, durability and superior content capacity. While convenient, scratches and gouges proved a real problem. Learn more.
Our professional grade, automated equipment provides true, flat-on-flat, precision repair. These industrial-grade machines will repair the skips and freezes and return your disc to like new appearance. Learn more.
A laser reads information stored on a disc. When scratches, fingerprints or debris interrupt this process, the laser is unable to read the information, which results in skipping, freezing or digital scramble of the information. Learn more.
Cracked or broken discs cannot be repaired. In these cases, the foil layer has been broken causing a loss of reflective material. Additionally, discs that have been split will result in oxidation of the foil layer and lead to disc read failure. Learn more.
Have another question? Contact us if you have a disc repair question you don't see answered here. Our friendly staff is happy to answer your burning questions about our favorite subject: disc repair and maintenance.
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