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    Toast gives 'unstable connection' error with internal burner!

    I actually just saw someone else's post about a similar problem, and the response they got from Roxio support about trashing this long list of prefs and trying again. I though I had done the pref trash thing already....but, just to be sure, I did it again, and so far, 6 burns later, all seems to be well. I hope it stays that way! And if not, I'll just trash 'em again!
  2. So yeah, we're talking Toast 8.0.5 on a MacPro dualcore running Leopard 10.5.8 with 5 gigs of RAM. Whenever I try to burn a disc with the machine's internal CD drive (Pioneer DVR-111D) I get that error message. No other peripherals attached. Anyone have any ideas here? Tnanks, E P.S. - Just tried anoher burn, and got as far as writing the leadout when I now got a "Couldn't complete the last command because of a Mac OS Error. Result code = -32030" message. Investigating that one now.
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    The Toast/leopard 10.5.6 Dilema

    I now believe it's an issue ONLY with certain burners under 10.5.6, as I have Toast on three machines running that system and Toast works fine on two of 'em, the iMac and the old PowerPc G5. It's the MacPro dual that won't work with it. ...oh wait, I already mentioned all that in my original post! Sorry.
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    The Toast/leopard 10.5.6 Dilema

    Okay, running Toast 8.0.4 on a MacPro with Leopard 10.5.6. All of a sudden, I can no longer burn anything to the machine's internal drive without getting an error message (Interface Error #32030) that says the connection is not stable. I've tried burning all manner of discs (data, DVD, CD) on different brands of media, and I keep getting this. The drive is a Pioneer DVD-RW DVR-111D. I've tried repairing disk permissions, and running Diskwarrior. Still no luck. Any tips here? Thanks, Eric Okay, just saw a bunch of stuff on this. Looks like a definite problem., But two weird things....here at work we have the same v of Toast (8.0.4) running on a shiny new MacPro QuadCore running 10.5.6 with no problems. Same with the old G5 mac also running 10.5.6. No probs with Toast. It's just my DUAL-CORE machine that seems to be having this issue. Just so the folks know!
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    Toast Hangs During Verification

    So yeah, more often than not, Toast stops, or APPEARS to stop, during the verification process. It happens at random points. Just now it happened at 7%. I basically have to quit the process, which I'd rather not have to do! This is Toast 8.0.4 on a MacPro dual core running 10.4.11 with 5GB RAM. Am I alone in this one? E
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