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After 7.1.3 update, Toast won't start on Leopard



New MacBook with Leopard (10.5.1), I waited to install my copy of Toast 7 until the Leopard-compatibility update was out. Copied the original app from CD, ran it from Applications so it would install. Ran it again, twice, to make sure all was well. Then applied the 7.1.3 update and now Toast crashes on startup, every time. Any advice...?

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Unfortunately that didn't work.

I don't know why it would launch with an earlier version of 7 and not 7.1.2. My only suggestion is to delete the 7.1.3 application and copy over a new one from the downloaded disc image. I just had trouble getting Corel Painter Essentials 4 to launch on my Macbook Pro with 10.5.1 without crashing. I trashed the application and other files it installed and reinstalled twice before it finally launched without crashing.


You don't need to reinstall the version from the disc unless there is some reason you wanted to keep that version on your hard drive along with the new one. Version 7.1.3 can be kept alongside the older versions and can even be run at the same time (although only one open version of Toast can be assigned to a specific optical drive).

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