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  1. Some BD-Rs have gone bad that I burned in 2009 to backup some captured video from my Final Cut Pro scratch disk. They went bad because they were defective, cheap media. So I bought some 50-year-archival Panasonic BD-R's and went to re-burn those backups. However, when I open the .disc files, Toast gives me an error message like this: The volume "Rocky" couldn't be found. 77 file(s) and 1 folder(s) will be ignored. Now the thing is, I got a bunch of new HDDs awhile back. I copied everything off of the old drives (such as Rocky) and moved them to different locations on the new drive. The original volume does not exist anymore, however the files are still there. They are now on a volume called, "Media." I tried renaming Media -> Rocky, however, then Toast opened the file OK, but all the icons for each file were blank, which I thought seemed weird. When I right click on each file in Toast, and say Get Info..., then it shows me a directory path that leads to the wrong file! Obviously there is some problem opening the old .disc files. What I would expect is that Toast would tell me, "The files have been moved, please select the current location of the files" and let me show it where the new location of the files is. That way I can re-burn all these many discs that contain files not necessarily selected in order, but selected according to what would maximally fit on one BD-R! Please fix this problem, it's really annoying.
  2. poppins

    Toast Titanium 11

    does toast titanium 11 run on a PC?
  3. anthony7

    Windows 7 32Bit? Auto Run Cd? Help

    Hi guys, I have searched a long while but have only found old threads and I suspect I am just unfamiliar with windows to know exactly what to do or what to research. I have prepared a simple html site, that needs to autorun on a cd. I am burning it using Toast Titanium 11. However, each time I try to follow the instructions I get some error on the Windows 7 home edition pc, saying it cannot be run, something about 64bits, 32bits, and all that. Outside of the folder where the site is I have two files. My inif autorun file says this: CODE [autorun] open=ShellExe.exe folder1\index.html icon=Microsoft-WindowsStart.ico I have an .exe file in there as as well that says this: [autorun] open=folder1\index.html When I am in Toast, and I have prepared all the stuff I click on MORE, then Choose the .exe file from the Windows Only drop down menu. This CD has to run on both PC and Macs, and cannot be tied to just one Windows platform... What Can I do?? I will deeply appreciate any help! Thanks in advance! ps/ I also had a mac alias there in the folder but it was converted to an index file and is not going to the right directories. Anthony There is this old thread, but nothing mentioned regarding Windows 7. http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/44083-hybrid-cd-w-autorun-pc-background-image-mac/
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