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Old 24 January 2016, 04:42   #2
dlfrsilver
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your disk has mould on it. You need to open the disk, and use some alcohol with a coton eye cleaner (1 with alcohol, not too much of it, and 1 dry to dry the disk surface).

Then you should be able to get the disk to work if the mould has not penetrated too deeply inside the coat.
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