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Toast loads one image file, but actually mounts a completely different disk...


jimmyjohn

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Here's how it goes down:

 

I load up this [Nero] Disk Image...

toast1.jpg

 

Hit "mount" and look what happens...

toast2.jpg

 

Yeah, it mounts some disc I burned for a production class last semseter :I

toast3.jpg

 

I'm stumped. I've tried trashing the preferences, but all that seemed to do was ruin my registration settings.

 

Ideas?

 

[i guess I can't link images from that site, but just click on the words "NO LINKING FROM THIS HOST :(" and it'll take you to the images.]

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If you control-click on the image file in the Finder and choose Mount It does the same thing happen? If so, then I must presume the contents of the disc image are what you are seeing and that it was given the wrong file name at some point.

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The image I want to mount is a Nero disk image I downloaded, whereas the images that actually mounts on my desktop is a CD I burned in iTunes. The Finder/Disk Utility cannot mount a .nrg file, and the volume that Toast mounts was never made into a disk image file per se.

Did you choose to have Mount It installed when you first opened Toast 7? If not you can do so by running the Toast Setup Assistant in the Help menu. With Mount It installed, control click on the Nero disk image in the Finder and choose Mount It. Does it mount? If not, then Toast cannot burn the image file as a disc. If it does mount is it what it's supposed to be? Assuming it is you can drag the contents of the mounted image to the Toast Data window to burn to disc.

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Did you choose to have Mount It installed when you first opened Toast 7? If not you can do so by running the Toast Setup Assistant in the Help menu. With Mount It installed, control click on the Nero disk image in the Finder and choose Mount It. Does it mount? If not, then Toast cannot burn the image file as a disc. If it does mount is it what it's supposed to be? Assuming it is you can drag the contents of the mounted image to the Toast Data window to burn to disc.

Installed Mount It - it mounts! I skipped it on installation because, well, I figurerd I wouldnt need it because hey that's what Disk Utility is for! Duh - what about images DU desn't support :P

 

However, Toast did give me the track list of the image when I loaded it up but did not mount, so I was able to just export the audio tracks from .wav to .mp3

 

 

Thanks for the help folks MYSTERY SOLVED

 

SORTA

 

p.s. ever been out to the Apple Store in Portland? manager's a real nice bloke, old friend from the east coast...

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Thanks for the help folks MYSTERY SOLVED

 

SORTA

 

p.s. ever been out to the Apple Store in Portland? manager's a real nice bloke, old friend from the east coast...

Great! It's good to know when a potential solution actual works.

 

Haven't been to the Portland Apple Store. There's a new one just south of Portland I've been to a couple times. Lots of people inside. I'm amused how people want their Apple items to be really small or really big.

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If you control-click on the image file in the Finder and choose Mount It does the same thing happen? If so, then I must presume the contents of the disc image are what you are seeing and that it was given the wrong file name at some point.

The image I want to mount is a Nero disk image I downloaded, whereas the images that actually mounts on my desktop is a CD I burned in iTunes. The Finder/Disk Utility cannot mount a .nrg file, and the volume that Toast mounts was never made into a disk image file per se.

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