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Cristina
19-05-09, 19:36
In final fantasy 7,in playstation 1 version in the disc 1, wen i comand to barret or cloud to use limit break they start to using it in the battle then the scenario kinda "freeze" and they not finish the limit,the characters instead move but i can do anyting not even to use the controler or atack :(
ps. somethimes it doens´t happen and works fine, and the limit break of tifa alweis works fine too...i have seen the CD it just has littles scratches...and its a bit strage to happen in a console:confused:
in pc version the game run perfect

anyone had this problem??:o

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvSVdrUGdqI (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvSVdrUGdqI)

freeze10108
21-05-09, 02:34
I would try cleaning the disc. Put some rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball and rub radially (from the center out to the edge in long streaks--not in circles). Let it air-dry and then try it. Please report back what happens.http://i44.************/2s9b21f.jpg

Cristina
21-05-09, 15:26
Thanks for your advice but it doens´t work :(
i have maked a video whit my camera and this is what happens...
i tried to press all bottons but nothing happens

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvSVdrUGdqI

freeze10108
21-05-09, 22:47
It sounds like the disc may need repairing. Do you have any of the following somewhere in your house: really basic toothpaste (has no extra additives), brasso, turtle wax (the liquid kind, not the putty), or vaseline? If not, are there any game stores nearby (gamestop, eb games, gamecrazy, blockbuster etc.), because they will usually resurface your discs for about $2.

Cristina
22-05-09, 10:18
I have basic toothpaste but how this will work?:o

freeze10108
22-05-09, 21:17
This page (http://www.wikihow.com/Fix-a-Scratched-CD) had good instructions on how to repair scratched discs. Read it carefully and select a method to use. If you decide to use toothpaste, squeeze a small amount onto your fingers first and rub it around to see if it has any grits, or something like that. Be careful though, you may want to test the methods on a spare/blank disc before you try them!

Cristina
23-05-09, 15:04
This page (http://www.wikihow.com/Fix-a-Scratched-CD) had good instructions on how to repair scratched discs. Read it carefully and select a method to use. If you decide to use toothpaste, squeeze a small amount onto your fingers first and rub it around to see if it has any grits, or something like that. Be careful though, you may want to test the methods on a spare/blank disc before you try them!

I will try that:)
i have seen my disc again and i finaly noticed it realy has some deep scratches :o:)
hope it works:D

freeze10108
27-05-09, 02:43
So, have you had any luck?

Cristina
03-06-09, 21:44
So, have you had any luck?

Sorry for late response

It doesn´t work but atleast i have one more game in PC format to play:)

Thanks for you help anyway:hug: