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From Samuel Ogle <>
Subject Re: Defective Installation CD
Date Sat, 16 Nov 2013 21:54:33 GMT
Hi Fernando  Cassia,
	Maybe it was the luck of a first bet on a horse race! I have a CD that connects me to a database
in Bolivia that had a label both thick and poorly attached. I had read much earlier of the
removal of the labels so I peeled it off and used olive oil to remove the little remaining
stickiness. CD worked fine for the year it was needed. I just now found this:
 which supports that approach, although not totally the same. Thanks for your response.

On Nov 16, 2013, at 4:25 PM, Fernando Cassia wrote:

> On Sat, Nov 16, 2013 at 10:24 AM, Samuel Ogle
> <> wrote:
>> If it looks to be a label issue, try removing the label and any remaining stickyness
> Samuel,
> You' ve never done that, or did you? Because if you attempt to remove
> a CD label, you'll surely take the DATA LAYER COATING WITH IT. See,
> CD-R (and DVD-R) discs have the data layer on the opposite side of the
> laser. That is to say, the laser passes THROUGH the plastic
> (polycarbonate), and reaches the coating in the back (that is, the
> upper side of the disc). Thus, when you put a label on top of a CD-R
> (or DVD-R) you're putting glue on top of the data layer, and any
> attempt to remove the label will damage it.
> As in
> It'd be better for the user to ask for their money back (or a
> replacement CD) to whoever sold it to him/her.
> FC
> -- 
> During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act
> Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un
> Acto Revolucionario
> - George Orwell
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