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Could Not Record The Disc Because Of A Mac Os Error-Result Code 39



I'm running a new MacPro with OS X Yosemite and Toast Titanium 11. I'm trying to copy onto a DVD a show I recorded from my TiVO using Toast TiVo transfer with the Toast Video feature. The burn process starts, completes the encoding process and then a message appears from Toast: Could not record the disc because of a MAC OS Error. Result Code = -39.


I've checked the Apple site but can't find any information on code 39.


I've searched the Toast Titanium database and discovered this problem was identified, and corrected in a previous version of Toast, so I'm not sure why it's showing up in the current version. Interestingly enough I was able to burn two discs successfully and then this error just started.


I would appreciate any insight or recommendations on how I fix or eliminate this problem so I can burn the shows onto my DVD. Thanks so much!

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Recently I switched from a MacPro 1.1 running OS Lion to a Mac Mini running Yosemite. A world of a difference, but not for my Toast 11 .disc files nor disc images, since they will not open anymore. No matter how I approach these files. From the Open menu existing files are grayed out. I try to open them anyway, I get the error message that the file wont open because of an error in OSX, with code -39. Fixing permissions didn't do the trick, unfortunately. After saving a new .disc file, this one will open normally, like you'd expect.


I've worked with Toast for many years, since Easy CD Creator in my windows-periode. I never encounterd this issue after updating since Toast 6. It seems Toast 11 is not backwards compatible with it's own files created under OS Lion. Does anyone have a suggestion how to solve this issue?post-124689-0-48947500-1428178326_thumb.jpg

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