My jurassic park operation genesis won't work in my ps2, I've used rubbing alcohol, tooth paste, Peanut butter, then finally gave it too family video to fix it, they gave it back too me and it looked
My jurassic park operation genesis won't work in my ps2, I've used rubbing alcohol, tooth paste, Peanut butter, then finally gave it too family video to fix it, they gave it back too me and it looked 10 times better, just put it in and it will not work!!! not to mention the game is 500 dollars on the internet, I mean come on!
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1)Take disk out of Xbox
2)Try turning off Xbox
3)Choose one of the methods to try and fix disk Polishing disk
-Use air first (blow across disk, or use a soft brush to remove any specks from disk before polishing)
-Get a soft, lint-free polishing cloth (make it damp)
-Use wet side of cloth to clean shiny side of disk
-Dry whole disk (dry polishing cloth)
-Put it in Xbox Using soap or water
-Use soap or windex-slightly wet paper towel to wipe off disk from middle towards outside
-Use furniture cleaner Using toothpaste
-Rub toothpaste on disk, dampen a suitable soft cleaning cloth
-Rub from centre-then move all the way around to edge
-Wipe toothpaste off with a wet cloth-wipe any dampness with dry cloth
-Put it in Xbox Using car polish
-Get a dry cloth and add a small amount of polish to it
-Rub in a circle motion, then wipe dry
-Put it in Xbox Peanut butter
-Put a dab of peanut butter on a lint-free cloth
-Don't rub it in a circle motion
-Put it in Xbox Using rubbing Alcohol
-Pour out a small amount of rubbing alcohol onto a cotton bud
-Rub from centre of disk, moving outward to edge
-Wait for it to dry and try again Wax from candle
-Get some melted wax from a normal candle
-Gently pour wax on scratches-rub in with soft cloth
-Wipe off excess wax with a damp cloth
-Let disk dry for 5-10 mins and try again Vanish Oxipowder
-Cover entire shiny side of disk with powder
-Wait 5-10 mins
-Clean powder off completely with soft damp cloth
-Place disk in Xbox Other possible fixes
-Take disk to game/computer shop
-If any of your friends has game, borrow disk from them, install it to hard drive, and hope Xbox recognises it
Using these (6) items: (that can usually be found in your home)
1) Toothpaste: spread the tooth paste around scratched or damaged area of the disc. (for best results fully spread the toothpaste on the disk)
2) Peanut Butter: spread the peanut butter on the area where you added the toothpaste on the disk.
3) Paper Towel: use the paper towel to wipe the toothpaste and peanut butter off the disk. (Do not clean the disk, only wipe it off)
..Repeat both steps 1 & 2 the exact same way.
4) Plastic Container w/ Top: Place the disk in a plastic container. (with the toothpaste and peanut butter still added on)
5) Coke Soda: Pour soda onto the disk (you can use any type of drinking soda, just pour enough to cover the entire disk)
6) Baking Soda: Pour baking soda onto the disk also.
..after your have completed all these steps using these (6) items above, you can now put the top onto your plastic container.. give it a little shake and put it aside. (you can now clean up your work place while you wait, but leave out your hand towels)
..after you have cleaned you workplace and your project has set for a good 2mins. you can now take out your disk, use a paper towel and began to wipe it off. During this process you will see the disk has become a little harder to wipe down but MOST IMPORTANTLY all scratches should be gone!
*Depending on how deep the scratches are but they should all be GONE! If not this process will definitely improve the performance of your disk 110%
I used the pencil eraser first on each of my daughter's cartridges. Then I used a qtip to rub them with rubbing alcohol. Finally I used a blow dryer to blow out where the cartridges are installed and now her games are working just fine.
Try changing your headlamps, and if it still won't work you will need some toothpaste and peanut butter.
Mix the two together and you will create a paste wich you need to place a layer onto the cd. Put the cd into the player with the paste on it. Now go and puncture all your tires and switch on and off the engine. Now it should work!
Sounds like the cartridge connector inside your Sega Genesis is dirty. You'll need to clean the connector AND clean all of your cartridges with rubbing alcohol. Cleaning this connector should be no big problem. Make sure your Sega Genesis is unplugged before you try any kind of cleaning or repair.
To clean your cartridges, simply use rubbing alcohol and Q-tips to scrub the connector pins clean. You will notice lots of dirt coming off onto the Q-tips. This will take many Q-tips.
This is important! Once you clean your cartridges, you still need to clean the connector inside your Genesis. Here's how:
First, get a can of compressed air. Blast air into that cartridge connector to remove any loose dust, dirt, or debris. Chances are, you'll still need to clean more.
Second, Use Q-tips to apply rubbing alcohol to one of your clean cartridges. Insert and remove this cartridge repeatedly.
Third, dry off your cartridge with clean q-tips.
Repeat steps two and three over-and-over until your cartridge slot is clean. Remember to give your Genesis time to dry before you plug it back in.
Bonus tip: If the above method doesn't get your connector totally clean, try wrapping a thin piece of cloth around an old credit card. Apply rubbing alcohol to the cloth, and scrub away at the cartridge connector.
Forgive me if this sounds condescending, but it bears repeating. Please make certain to unplug your Genesis before you attempt to clean or repair it. Safety first.
If it's the newer, slimmer PS2. To clean the laser lens, do the following: Dip a Q-tip in rubbing alcohol (not dripping) gently place the q-tip on to the lens and gently twirl the q-tip. Use the other end of the q-tip to gently dry the lens. Hope this helps :)