Why would a CD break into pieces inside a drive?
The other day I was making a copy of one of my CDs, it started copying before I heard a bursting sound. On checking, the CD had broken into smithereens. Any logic behind that? Have you ever experienced such a thing?
That happened to me once while installing an operating system. It's probably a sign of a damaged or misaligned drive. You should test it with a CD that you don't care about, see if it still works, but it might be possible you'll have to replace it.
More than likely the CD had some of defect - probably something caused during the manufacturing process. Even if you've used the CD many times, the defect could've been there and never caused any problems. Over time, small stresses were at work and the defect finally caused the failure. If it was a new CD, it was probably still a defect, but one which was bad enough to cause failure the first time it was used.
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