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marlon_saunders@yaho

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on sunday i attempted to install toast 7 and to make a long story short i moved in to my trash and emptied it but when i went to i tunes to play a CDR that i know has music on it, i received a message on the screen that said it was a blank CD...i tried to play a CDR again this morning two to be exact and the same thing happened...when i went to system preferences i had something called DEJA VU in the "other " section...i thought i would take a shot and see if ya had any idea what i could do to fix this...thanks...marlon

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Can you help me figure out how to "activate" Deja Vu. It is nowhere to be found on my entire system.

OS 10.3.9. Toastt Titanium 7

Thanks, George

 

I can't think of any reason why installing Toast would affect your Mac's ability to recognize a burned audio CD.

 

Deja Vu is a data backup application and is not activated until you choose to activate it. Another change that installing Toast makes is in the CDs and DVDs panel in your System Preferences. Toast can change what to do when blank CDs and DVDs are inserted to "Open Toast" instead of the default "Open Finder."

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Can you help me figure out how to "activate" Deja Vu. It is nowhere to be found on my entire system.

OS 10.3.9. Toastt Titanium 7

Thanks, George

George,

 

Go to your "System Preferences". Look at the bottom row, probably called "Other". You should see the Deja Vu icon there. Click on it. You can enable or disable it in the upper left hand corner. You may need to click the "lock" icon in the lower left corner and enter your admin password if it is not already unlocked.

 

Hope that helps,

Mike

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I can't think of any reason why installing Toast would affect your Mac's ability to recognize a burned audio CD.

 

Deja Vu is a data backup application and is not activated until you choose to activate it. Another change that installing Toast makes is in the CDs and DVDs panel in your System Preferences. Toast can change what to do when blank CDs and DVDs are inserted to "Open Toast" instead of the default "Open Finder."

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