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some (not all) discs get spit out


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I have a new set of foreign language learning discs. Some (3) play just fine (icon pops up on the desk top, I click it and program plays), but the other 5 discs get spit out (no icon).

I took the discs back to the electronics store; the guy there said all the discs played on both the PC and Mac there.

If I had a bad player, would it make sense that some but not all discs play?

Merci beaucoup.
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Maybe not. Try cleaning your superdrive. Drive cleaning kits are available at most stores which sell computers and accessories. Radio Shack, Best Buy, Office Depot, Fry's, etc.

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