How to really erase a CD..

..using high voltage..

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+15 1. TitvsCaivs commented 11 years ago

#(removed comment) if you don't get the idea, don't comment.
Awesome "erasing" btw.
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+16 2. LightAng3l commented 11 years ago

More like destroy than erase :)
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+23 3. Chrisofskjern commented 11 years ago

If you did that to the game InFamous, the CD would probably hit back!

#(removed comment) - " probably cant even use it anymore" - Are you serious???
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+18 4. xmvx commented 11 years ago

#(removed comment) just made my day....
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+18 5. ace543 commented 11 years ago

He sounded like he's an east london ganster, was expecting him to hit the CD with a sledge hammer at the beginning or chop it up and feed it to his pigs lol
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+3 6. LQoQK commented 11 years ago

a goov video would be to get the data back from that CD, you think its gone for ever but wait and you will see

probebly 2000 years from now but wait and you will see
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-2 7. MrGood commented 11 years ago

holy crap :x
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+7 8. loadrunner commented 11 years ago

Don't do it with the Frankenstein dvd, it will eat you alive
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+7 9. gringo commented 11 years ago

This is cool but expensive way to erase (destroy) CD. I would just break in half.
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+10 10. BiCH commented 11 years ago

It's not about the expenses but the coolness! I want to see that in real life! :D
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+11 11. Sizzlik (admin) commented 11 years ago

For those who are interessted..this is the guys channel

He is a freak scientist with high voltage (as you already seen)

And to those who say "Meh..the power cost is higher then just to break the cd.." Its called having fun..nobody said its an efficient way..but hey..the data is 100% erased..and that in a way that its also fun to look at =)

#(removed comment) Thats a funny comment..i guess there is a difference between erasing and deleting
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+4 12. ValdeLevis commented 11 years ago

If you put your head close enough while you "erase" the CD, you can add texture and volume to flat lifeless hair at the time.
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+3 13. cripplecog commented 11 years ago

drop it in Xylene.
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+2 14. Slap_chop_ninja commented 11 years ago

"Your only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!"
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+2 15. irishgek commented 11 years ago

Hate to say it but that cd is not erased only the reflective layer is gone , the pits are still there and some one in a lab could get the data off it no problem!!
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+2 16. marx0012 commented 11 years ago

er, why not just put the cd in a microwave on full wack for 5-10secs? works jus as fine...... >:)
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+3 17. torres9 commented 11 years ago

Seems like a poor way to use a flux capacitor son!
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+6 18. silly_sy commented 11 years ago

would love to know what the deleted comment said
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+2 19. Guss commented 11 years ago

That does not erase CD, but only remove the reflective coat, if you recoat again the surface with reflective material, you will be able to read it again.

The datas are bunred into the plastic disc not in the reflectif coat.
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0 20. Sizzlik (admin) commented 11 years ago

#19 Thanks cap obvio....we just waited for an scientific answer..D'oh
But you a wrong..that only applys on the master disc...not the copys of it..smarty..