Toast, Jam & Pioneer Superdrives
Posted 24 December 2006 - 09:07 PM
Apple PowerMac Dual 1 Ghz, OS X 10.4.8, Jam 6.0.1, Toast 6.0.5
Posted 10 February 2007 - 02:18 PM
Apple PowerMac Dual 1 Ghz, OS X 10.4.8, Jam 6.0.1, Toast 6.0.5[/quote]
I can't comment on issues others have had, but I have been using Toast 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 , Jam 5 - 6, Popcorn 1 -2 on Macs with Pioneer Superdrives 106D, 107D, & 111D.
Every drive still works fine so far.
(various OS versions - etc....)
Posted 06 August 2007 - 12:18 PM
Posted 06 August 2007 - 12:34 PM
Posted 07 March 2008 - 05:05 PM
turns out the same thing happened to me (twice over a year) i didn't think it was linked to the software at first as my drive was 1 year old the first time, but when it happened today with a 3 month old drive and the same "Abort" circumstance, I started googling around and only found this thread.
So guys, you are not alone !
I have a question for you though, do you have like me TWO drives mounted in your Mac ?
I now use an Intel MacPro now with 2 Apple fitted Pioneer DVR 111 drives, when my previous drive died, it was on a G4 desktop with also 2 drives fitted, and i was using a Pioneer to burn that ended up dying after a Toast abort, exactly as you describe it.
One other thing, I was burning audio on a black face CD when it last occured (not sure what it was a year ago, but could easily have been the same)
I'm on 10.4.11 now but was on an earlier version of Tiger on the G4
I use Toast 7.1.2
If any of you has found a solution please be kind to share, it seems Roxio just treats us as simpletons...
I can't re flash the firmware of the drive as this specific model needs to be done on a PC which I don't have easy access to, but if any of you succeeded in this, I might look harder into it !
In the meantime I'd advise everyone to think twice before hitting the abort button it does seem like a random event, but surely is an annoying one.
Edited by dead superdrive, 07 March 2008 - 05:06 PM.
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