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Error Code 192 with Toast 12.1on iMac with OSX 10.11.6


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What is the best version of Toast to use with an iMac running OSX 10.11.6? The mac is constructed in early 2008.

When I try to create a temporary partition using Toast 12.1 on my SSD, I get the message, "Error = 192".

I can't upgrade my OSX on this machine due to the printer's driver, unless I replace the printer.  I have licensed versions of Toast 9, 10, 11, 12 & 16.

What version of Toast should I be running with OSX 10.11.6?  (Toast 16 is not supported in OSX 10.11.6)

My System: iMac2008 with OSX 10.11.6, 960GB Mercury Electra OWC 3G SSD, 8GB DDR2 SD RAM  & Taost 12.1

Thanks!

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It's been several years since I have used Toast, but it would seem your problem with your printer driver holding you back might be solved with a Mac OS upgrade to a later version. That's because printer drivers are provided by the Mac OS itself... unless you are in an unusual situation. Later Mac OS versions will (probably) carry later drivers. What is your printer make and model?

You might want to go to https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201465 and see if the latest software for your printer is available. If it is, I would recommend an OS upgrade. Although Apple does not support it, you could try (if you are so inclined) to upgrade your 2008 iMac to Sierra (Mac OS 10.12.x), which might carry a later printer driver for your printer (whatever it is). To do that, you would need to go here: https://www.trustedreviews.com/news/install-macos-sierra-older-macs-2937027 and follow the instructions.

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Hi Bill.  In following your links, I end up at the Brother Download site with the maximum supported driver being OSX 10.10. Trying to upgrade to Siera via the 2nd link provided I end up with the following message which includes my machine:

"On certain devices, too, the workaround will kill your Wi-Fi functionality. These are the late-2008 and .... early-2008 iMac and early-2008 Mac Pro."

Thanks for taking the time to help out, none-the-less!

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