To fully clean I need to turn off system restore which will remove all old system restore points. I want option of recovery from malware scan if I feel needed. For a host of reasons, I don't want to go through the hassle of old image restore, reinstall windows XP, etc. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Here are some of them for you guys.
IsoPuzzle Iso Puzzle creates an iso image of the disc that you place in the drive. All good sectors, that are those that can be read without errors, are written correctly and flagged as good while bad sectors will be flagged as bad. If the plastic is scratched, the CD player's laser won't be able to read the information and will jump.
If the scratch isn't too deep, then it can usually be repaired. There are several CD-repair kits on the market, available from larger electrical or computer stores, which will polish away a scratch.
If the disc is important, you should consider getting it repaired by a professional. Google "CD repairs" or try the Yellow Pages. If you're happy to take a risk, it is possible to repair a CD at home using a mild abrasive that smooths away the edges of the scratch. It's risky because you might do more harm than good, but I've managed to restore a couple of CDs this way. First, find your scratch. The rhyming also seems to be better fitting, and Dirt lives off his content, more than off his delivery, that can't be called flawing though.
On " 2Laws " this track is called " Divine Lines " inside the sleeve we are again being visited by a host of guests, here they are Messenger, GoldenChild and Epsilon. There's a flute on here, that makes it barely Arabic, kinda like the homeland and no, this isn't a political statement. Of course the minds that connect here, are in relation to each other, as contradictions don't find a ground to settle around these parts.
Also " Holy Burn " is pleasing us with its beat, and GoldenChild sticks around to lend his voice to these rhymes, that touch the subjects of the believes, and this appears like a philosophical support.
We are very happy though to just skip this and check out " Divine Lines " or " 2Laws " , that is built around a simple guitar loop, that's kinda Wu-ish, what is giving the emcees the chance to once more do some straight spitting, intertwining a jewel here and there, without schooling us.
Finally then, well at least finally to the 'official' track listing, we come across " Nag Champa " , that is followed by two hidden cuts, one being " Freeverse " feat. So then, what's to say about this in retrospect? As we stated, the tracks featuring The World Inside are quite unfortunate, especially as the other tracks prove how dope Dirt is without them. And that's pretty much all there is to say. The folks that refer to Dirt as a good emcee, seem to be kinda right.
Blunted Edge feat. The World Inside. Christ feat. Scripture feat. Saving Private You feat.Final scene in which Private Ryan, as an older man, sees the grave of Captain Miller and says to his wife, "Tell me I'm a good man.".