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  1. I've once again reinstalled the program to ensure that I am doing it correctly. First I followed Roxio's Knowledge Base article 000098TT "Complete Uninstall of Toast 10 on a Snow Leopard." I deleted the application, listed Application Support, as well as outlined Preferences. I then emptied the Trash folder and rebooted the machine. This was done for both accounts on the machine. I reinstalled and still received the same error "Result Code = -43" when trying to burn or image with a nested folder. Everything works just fine with files that are not contained in folders within the content area. Problem is I need to organize data on the disks in folders. Keep in mind disk burning otherwise works fine on this machine, including with Disk Utility and third party Burn. is there some setting either in Toast or in OS X, that might be impacting this? Thanks again!
  2. Posted Yesterday, 05:29 PM Thanks tsantee & jonatsonic for your replies! I spent some more time working through the various methods & configurations without different results. I get "Result Code = -43" whether I add the files by dragging them into the "content area" or by using the "add" button. I turned on the "show hidden files in content area" in Preferences. I received the same error whether or not I included the DS Store file in the attempted burn. I also get the same error regardless of file type (jpeg, mp3, pdf) or the specific file; I've tried many different files and file types. When attempting to burn either a Mac or Mac+PC Data disc I get the error -- whether I attempt to actually burn a disc or create a "disc image." I also tried to create a MP3 disc with the same results, just as an experiment. I am not selecting any of the special burning "options" in the content area. I can only successfully create a disc or disc image when there is NOT a folder in the attempted burn. Every time I add a nested folder into the content area to burn I get the "Result Code - 43." This appears to be the key trigger. Please let me know if I can provide additional information to help you help me. I appreciate your assistance!
  3. Thanks tsantee & jonatsonic for your replies! I spent some more time working through the various methods & configurations without different results. I get "Result Code = -43" whether I add the files by dragging them into the "content area" or by using the "add" button. I turned on the "show hidden files in content area" in Preferences. I received the same error whether or not I included the DS Store file in the attempted burn. I also get the same error regardless of file type (jpeg, mp3, pdf) or the specific file; I've tried many different files and file types. When attempting to burn either a Mac or Mac+PC Data disc I get the error -- whether I attempt to actually burn a disc or create a "disc image." I also tried to create a MP3 disc with the same results, just as an experiment. I am not selecting any of the special burning "options" in the content area. I can only successfully create a disc or disc image when there is NOT a folder in the attempted burn. Every time I add a nested folder into the content area to burn I get the "Result Code - 43." This appears to be the key trigger. Please let me know if I can provide additional information to help you help me. I appreciate your assistance!
  4. All, This issue remains unresolved. I have since updated to Mac OS X 10.6.6. Curiously, I have found that I am able to duplicate a CD without this error. The Result Code -43 (Error) occurs when I am trying to burn files from my Hard Drive. See my original posts for details. I appreciate any suggestions you might have! Thanks!
  5. I have an unresolved issue using Roxio Toast 9 & Toast 10 Titanium. Whenever, I try to burn a Data CD or DVD I receive the following error: Could Not Record the Disc Because a File Couldn’t be Found – Result Code = -43 A CD or DVD will burn when it includes only files. However when these same files are nested in a folder then the above error occurs. I varied the location of the files to burn, including placing them on the desktop to vary the file path. Toast 9 had been burning fine and burning correctly, but then it simply stopped burning correctly. I cannot correlate it any software or hardware changes. I have uninstalled and reinstalled Toast 9 multiple times. When I uninstalled it I used the detailed Roxio directions to ensure that all leftover system files were deleted. I then bought and installed Toast 10 Titanium. This did not resolve the issue and the same burning issue remains. Interestingly, I have no issue burning the same folder/files using the Apple Mac’s built in disc burning function. I also burned successfully using a freeware program ‘Burn.’ This disc burning problem is exclusive to Toast and occurs with all user accounts. I have read many of the similar (if not identical) posts on this forum as well as researched it on Google. None of these have provided resolution. I ran “Repair Disc” using Disk Utility (from the OS X Installer Disc) but no issues were found. I installed freeware utility program OnyX to do system maintenance, including: delete caches for system & all users / fonts / logs, delete trash, verified disc, repaired permissions. Also, I set the Energy Preference to not sleep the hard drive. Hardware: Apple Mac Pro (early 2008) dual processor 2.8 GHz with two built in SuperDrives (Note: Burning issue occurs with both DVD drives) Software: Operation System OS X 10.5.8, Roxio Toast 10.0.8 Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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