World's Crappiest Drives (was Re: A&J Microdrive)

From: Iggy Drougge <>
Date: Fri Dec 8 19:25:27 2000

Sellam Ismail skrev:

>On 8 Dec 2000, Iggy Drougge wrote:

>> Apparently the actual data layer is located very near the label face
>> of the disc. Hence, the outer layer of the see-through face is quite
>> thick, and you may remove some without damaging the data. It worked
>> quite fine in the review.

>Ok, so I've been reading all the replies on this. And from what people
>are saying, I'm lead to believe that scratches on the non-label surface
>have no effect on the ability of the CD to be read? This goes totally
>against my experience with CDs, so I'd appreciate someone clarifying this.

Of course scratches will make reading difficult. After all, these scratches
refract the reading laser. The point is, that even though there is a scratch
on the non-label face, you may sand-paper away the scratch without damaging
the actual data layer, which is located far beneath the face.

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