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Os X Mountain Lion Preview 2 And Toast 11 Issue

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My recorders are not detected by Toast since I upgraded to OS X Mountain Lion Preview 2, but the strangest thing is that I can see them as a source but not as the destination.

 

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please help!

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I'm sure you're aware that Roxio isn't supporting Toast for unreleased future OS X versions. I know they are working on a Toast 11 update.

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it was working fine in Preview 1 or at least I was able to see my recorders, now I can't even see the one built in my iMac :(

 

I'm sure you're aware that Roxio isn't supporting Toast for unreleased future OS X versions. I know they are working on a Toast 11 update.

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it was working fine in Preview 1 or at least I was able to see my recorders, now I can't even see the one built in my iMac :(

All I can suggest is to use the Feedback link in Toast help to send your issue directly to Roxio. I don't have the preview of Mountain Lion so I have no way to troubleshoot this. You can trash the Toast plist and prefs files in your User>Library>Preferences folder and relaunch Toast to see if that makes any difference.

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My recorders are not detected by Toast since I upgraded to OS X Mountain Lion Preview 2, but the strangest thing is that I can see them as a source but not as the destination.

 

this is the screenshot:

 

ScreenShot2012-03-19at32727AM.png

 

please help!

Im having this issue also. Really hoping that someone (Roxio or apple) sends out an update that can fix this.

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All I can suggest is to use the Feedback link in Toast help to send your issue directly to Roxio. I don't have the preview of Mountain Lion so I have no way to troubleshoot this. You can trash the Toast plist and prefs files in your User>Library>Preferences folder and relaunch Toast to see if that makes any difference.

 

I did all that and nothing :( thanks anyway

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This isnt a toast specific issue, i get the same error when i boot up Idvd (Apple own software). Looks like we just have to wait for apple to push out DP3....

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ok I noticed that too, thank you for letting me know! :)

 

This isnt a toast specific issue, i get the same error when i boot up Idvd (Apple own software). Looks like we just have to wait for apple to push out DP3....

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You aren't the only one that was relieved. ;)

 

I have DP3. That's good news, but I'm having the identical problem. I suppose the only solution is to wait until Apple releases DP4, whenever that will be.

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I have DP3. That's good news, but I'm having the identical problem. I suppose the only solution is to wait until Apple releases DP4, whenever that will be.

 

need to make sure you're on DP3

 

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need to make sure you're on DP3

 

DP31.jpg

 

My settings are a little different.

 

Thanks for your info. I guess I'll have to wait until it's fixed.

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My settings are a little different.

 

Thanks for your info. I guess I'll have to wait until it's fixed.

 

You clearly have DP2 installed, Just need to update to DP3 and it will get fixed.

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