Scratched Disc Blurray / CD / DVD Data Recovery Repair
We understand that mailing in a repair can be hassle. So, we have come up with the easiest method of getting your discs to us for repair: (its literally 2 steps!) We ask you to skip the checkout order process and ignore the order form.
Just send the discs to us and pay later. It can't get easier than that!
(Step 1) Package discs with our address on it.
(Step 2) Bring package to the Post Office.
Don't include any CD cases and customers are responsible for shipping the discs to us.
Please Note: Include your name + phone number + email written on a piece of paper and include it in your package. No need to print anything out. We're saving trees and your time!
How do we repair your scratched discs?
No, we do not use toothpaste, bananas, or any unconventional means of repairing your scratched discs. This isn't your ordinary disc scratch cleaning service, we use a top of line commercial disc scratch resurfacing machine. Our machine costs over $3000, not the couple of hundred dollar models you see online.
Basic Repair vs Critical Repair?
Basic repair are for non-critical discs such as scratched music CD's, XBox 360 scratched discs, PS3 scratched games, or Wii scratched discs. Not all discs can be repaired, but we will let you know before attempting.
Critical repairs are usually discs that require data recovery such as family photo CD's, wedding video DVD's, or some type of data that needs extraction. All critical disc repairs come with disc duplication and data recovery of the scratched disc. If we cannot retrieve the data, you won't have to pay for the service fee except for return shipping. Any questions email us.
I was playing four-year-old my Xbox 360 a few weeks ago and saw some spontaneous fuzzy lines on the screen. As I desperately tried to get Master Chief to safety, the unit turned off and I got the dreaded Red Ring of Death (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xb…)! The Microsoft website was confusing; it either wanted $70 plus shipping, or was telling me that pre-2010 machines would not be fixed at all. The RROD is basically just caused by crappy thermal tape on the board of the unit, so I thought fixing it locally would be better. When I dropped off my device at xCubicle, they immediately confirmed the issue. I left them a $20 deposit. A few days later, they called and it was all fixed! They showed me that it was working on a monitor before I took it home. The total price was $65. The location itself is actually a corner store, and you can't go inside - it's just a super tiny window that opens up. Having hardcore gamers shyly pop their heads out of a tiny window covered in Mario stickers seems like it confirms a number of stereotypes, but these guys are awesome.
"Sure they will fix your consoles, but they will return your consoles in a damaged state.
The NDS Lite that I had taken to xCubicle to repair worked afterwards but the external shell was completely scratched up. I provided photographs showing that my NDS Lite was in perfect condition (I had installed a custom shell so there were no marks or scratches) and I provided photographs of what my NDS Lite looked like after they repaired it, which was scratched up all over on the front and the back. However, xCubicle refused to provide appropriate compensation and I am now contacting the Better Business Bureau in order to sort things out.
Long story short: GO ANYWHERE ELSE. This place does not accept that they made mistakes and they will continue to try and pass the blame onto you if there are any damages."
"Brought my PS3 there after it had a YLOD problem. The staff is very friendly and helpfull, and my 60 gb console is working just fine!
Thanks again! For me the best repair shop in town.
PS: The store itself is so damn cool ..."