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    Mount .sd2f to desktop

    I catalog my music using an application named Music Collector and it scans an inserted (or desktop mounted) disc to enter the pertinent information into a database. I have a number of older .sd2f files that I need to catalog. I can also enter it by title, but it is so much more efficient if it can be mounted. So it's more that I am trying to cut some corners! Since you have been able to mount an image to the desktop in 10.12.6, then I may attempt to clean install Sierra to see where the problem lies. I have used XLD but not Picard, so I will try that as well. Thank you very much for the information!
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    Mount .sd2f to desktop

    This does help greatly. Because I am also running 10.12.6 and I get the error message when doing the same thing (Mount Disc Image). I believe this narrows it down to something local on my system rather than the Toast 16 application. I've tried a new install going back to version 11 as well and got the same message. I tried the install on a separate Mac which has never had Toast installed and got the same error message so I started to wonder . . . also cannot understand why the default file type when saving a disc image is .sd2f. Cannot figure this thing out! Any suggestions on how I can assemble flac files from services like PledgeMusic, have it verified by CDDB (or similar service) and saved as an image that can be mounted to the desktop as a playable CD?
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    Mount .sd2f to desktop

    Does anyone else have a problem with MOUNTING a disk image (.sd2f file) to the desktop? It is a selection in the UTILITIES menu but Toast 16 is unable to mount an image. I brought this up as an inquiry to technical support and they informed me that Toast no longer supports the .sd2f file format. I cannot understand this because the default output when saving a disk image in Toast 16 is .sd2f. If this is indeed the case, shouldn't the application save CD audio discs to an alternate image file?
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    Toast 16 gets Result Code=-1743388673

    I receive the same error code for a completely different task. Upon attempting to mount [shift-command-M] an .sd2f file generated by Toast, I receive the error message: "Couldn't complete the last command because of a Mac OS error. Result code = -1743388673." I contacted support and they have informed me that Toast no longer supports the sd2f file format. Even though Toast 16's output is to an sd2f file. Strange . . .
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