Xbox created a circle on my Game Disk

After awhile of playing Call of the Dead for Black Ops, I went to go play multiplayer and found out that I can't join any games because "downloadable content has changed" then I was disconnected and the Xbox said the disk was unreadable.

 

I looked at the disk and there was a circle, looks like a scratch, on the CD. Any ideas on how I should get it out?

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 6 Applies to:

If you bumped the console while the game was playing that would explain the circle on the disc. If you have friends that have Blops ask to borrow their disc and install the game to the HDD then you should be able to use yours to play.

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either that or if you have a shop near you that has a disc repair machine in store take it to be repaired.

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omgwtfbbq

woman gamerz?!?!?!?

but seriously if u hit it while it was palayin or sumthin it will do that either buy a new 1 or ask a friend to dounload it to your hardrive

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when you download it to your hard drive, it asks for the disk that it was installed with to start it.  So that won't work too well.

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[quote user="Dj Swertz"]

when you download it to your hard drive, it asks for the disk that it was installed with to start it.  So that won't work too well.

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That would work perfectly well if the OP's disc is not too damaged just to boot the game from the HDD.
It does not have to be the same copy that is installed just the same game which the OP has.

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you could borrow a game disc from your friend or if u want, you could go to retail stores and have your game disc buffed.

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Most Blockuster shops have a game cleaning device that will bring it up like new £4 each from what I can remember, also a good selection of the independant game shops also now offer this service too, the machine will bring all discs up like brand new so long as the scratches are light and not to deep.

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