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Error message when starting Toast Lite 5.2.2



Using OS 9 on an iMac, Toast Lite 5.2.2 and Lacie external drive. The computer can see a CD on the Lacie drive.

However, when I try to run Toast Lite I get the following message.

"Carbonlib -- CFURLCreateCopy AppendingPath Component could not be found"


I'm totally new to MAC's so havn't got a clue what this is trying to tell me. Toast Lite used to work fine on this computer and suddenly this messages satrts appearing. Any clues out there?

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I had a look in the extensions and couldn't find anything resembling those extensions. I also downloaded the latest version of carbonlib and installed it. Still the same problem. I thought I would try and get around it by installing DAVE and accessing the file from a PC and then using a conversion program, but that doesn't seem to work either. The bottom line is I want to get all the files off the imac and converted to PC format. Once there I can help my daughter as I understand the PC environment and I can't afford to upgrade my daughters imac which is getting very old and slow. I thought the PC environment was frustrating but the Apple environment seems even more frustrating(probably what you are most used to)

Open the Extensions Control Panel. If there are any extensions referring to "Authoring" or Apple disc burning, disable them. The Toast extensions have a conflict with Apple's disc burning extensions.
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Try this: Set the Extensions Manager to the basic startup set and then also turn on the Toast-related extensions. Restart the iMac. Does Toast work now?


You might also be able to copy the files using the USB port with a USB Flash Drive or with File Sharing. Or you could remove the hard drive from the iMac and put it in an external hard drive case (or empty hard drive slot in a computer). You'll need something on the PC that can read a HFS+ or HFS formatted drive.

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