posted on Sep, 4 2017 @ 10:57 AM
I got one thousand DVDs years ago, and I tried to select them. I used a portable DVD player to do this, it was running perfectly with its black and
white display (wiring problem). I used headphones because the speakers wouldn't work (also wiring problem). This device was supposed to be in a car,
the display was supposed to be on back seat. I had to make the wire (out of LAN cable) to make it work. The device was running on car battery.
When I started to check on the DVDs (all sorts of films, music, nothing unusual, etc) I wanted to label them, what is on the disks. A ghost came by, I
couldn't make out its size, it was just annoying me. Next day, the DVD reading head went out permanently. I changed the head (but it could only read
CDR/RW) and I tried to check on a bunch of CDs with films on them. The head went out permanently, it no longer functioned.
I had to continue with a computer, an LG Supermulti was installed as hardware, I used loudspeakers. 30 minutes later, my Supermulti was gone, and my
harddisk, too. Now, I had to try a solution with this problem, because this was extremely surprising. I had a lot of hardware, so I knew what to do. I
extracted the failed HDD, the supermulti, and I reinstalled the Windows, PowerDVD, Nero, and so on.
Here comes the trick: I unplugged the loudspeaker, and didn't use any audio output. I started to change tons of DVDs (six of them had games on them),
and there was no more problem.
What to know more, that this ghost calls himself "Superman" who destroys hardware and attaks to the sound of movies, even if they are translated to
If someone encounters such a problem, just unplug the audio, or reduce the volume to zero. Computer games are not affected, I play lots of games, and
I am using Daemon Tools instead of DVDs. By the way, DVD means "David", he is a humanoid.