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[TROLLING/DERP/DSFARGEG] From: Pinholes in the metallic layer of a CD , From Topic ID: 96837 [You are not funny—db1989]
post Sep 9 2012, 00:11
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QUOTE (greynol @ Sep 8 2012, 18:04) *
If you go back to your original post you will see that I addressed your erroneous assumption about how data is laid out on a CD.

Instead of being gracious about the correction, you've decided to play a game of bait and switch.

It isn't us who are looking dense in this discussion, just as sure as you aren't able to rip some of your discs. wink.gif

It's time to eat your own dog food and break out those power tools.
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