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  1. I am using Toast Titanium 11.1 on a MacOS X.8.5. (I haven't updated to 11.2 because I have a slow Internet connection where I'm located.) I can burn 100+ Gig files scanning across many DVD or BlueRay disks. However, when I go to restore the files with Roxio Restore v1.0.5, it quits at about 104 Gigs. This happens with all spans that are bigger than 100 Gigs in size. Is this a known issue/limitation? Has anyone successfully restored a 100+ Gig span before? If so, what version of Toast, Roxio Restore, and OS are you using? Any ideas how I can get my large spans to restored? Rob
  2. I have VHS to DVD for Mac. We have it connected to our VCR + DVD player. We have not been able to complete a full VHS to DVD conversion because it crashes. The only other apps running at the time are Chrome. When it crashes (see attached error message), the RECORDING stops, the counter resets to zero, but the VHS continues to play. It also does not create the converted file. I restart the recording, and finish the tape, it dies create a converted file, and from the looks of it, the converted file is fine - albiet partial (I've not tried yet to copy it to DVD). The first time I received this error, I had PREFERENCES set for the destination to my computer. I changed that to my external Seagate drive and I still experience the crashes. It has crashed at least 5 times. The first several crashes occurred towards the end of the tape, another crashed 20 minutes into the tape. Help! What do we need to do to get passed this?
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