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Author Topic: Preservation of Video Games  (Read 9629 times)
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« Reply #15 on: December 20, 2009, 06:16:02 AM »

I have dealt with some rough O2 games.  Some had sticky like (coke?) goo on the inside and it required some time, rubbing alcohol and *cringe* sand paper before I got them working again.  On some of them I had to sand right next to the chip itself, I was desperate at that point and it worked.

I keep my games on a DVD shelf I purchased from a store and in the original cardboard boxes.  The ones without boxes I stack into a large box.
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