Kurt Lang, on 23 March 2012 - 09:06 AM, said:
I launched Toast to burn a download of the Lion 10.7.3 installer to a DVD. Toast let me know there was an upgrade so I let install before burning the disk. Afterwards, it would get to 99% and then hang forever. Force quit Toast and the drive would continue to spin. Could not eject the disc (it just keeps spinning) from the desktop or Terminal. The only way to stop it was to shut the Mac down. I tried it twice with the same results.
I then retrieved 11.0.4 from my backup and tried again. No issues whatsoever burning the same file onto the same brand of Sony DVD-R disc. Something appears to be faulty in the 11.0.5 update.
brw3sbc, on 25 March 2012 - 12:15 PM, said:
I,too, 'updated" today when the opportunity presented itself. I simply wanted to burn my tax files (data) to a CD for storage. It got to 99% and progressed no further. Force quit and tried again, this time to a CD image file. Same conclusion, 99% and hang. Force quit again. Tried to mount CD from first attempt - no success. Tride to mount image file. Success. Used OS to burn image to CD. Success. Ejected then remounted CD. Fully good.
There is a problem with build 726.
Went updates to find the latest. Found build 709. Interesting since my previous version was 710. Restored successfully from Time Machine. Pain ITA.
lupuss, on 09 April 2012 - 12:32 PM, said:
I've had the same problem with Toast 11.0.4 and 11.0.5 under Snow Leopard, just trying to burn a DVD-RW to backup some of my old files. There seems to be something terribly wrong. I regret having spent the money!
Hey folks... this might be a good time for some limited testing of a more major update.
Can you download and try the following Toast 11.1 build, I've posted it at: http://db.tt/8i36EJKs
When you run this build, IGNORE the auto-updater telling you there is a new version available - for the moment this beta release is newer than the auto-update build.
Although the app looks similar to previous versions, it should be quite a bit snappier and your feedback would be welcome in regards to the issue you're describing. If all goes well, I'll create a new forum area in an effort to test this with a larger base of customers.