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Is Roxio Creator 9 Compatible Playback Mac Osx


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When I burn a TDK Dvd-R 16x on my Dell Pc (XP) with Roxio Creator 9, it crashes my clients Mac machine when she trys to copy to desktop. I don't have this problem with anyone else, Mac or Pc. These were photos that I burned, they were PSD files, pretty much filled whole disc

one error message she got was: 'The Finder cannot complete the operations because some data in (filename) could not be read or written. (Error code -36)'

I was wondering if burning with Roxio Creator 9 is compatible with Mac OS X Leopard?

If not will upgrading to Creator 10 make it compatible?

 

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When I burn a TDK Dvd-R 16x on my Dell Pc (XP) with Roxio Creator 9, it crashes my clients Mac machine when she trys to copy to desktop. I don't have this problem with anyone else, Mac or Pc. These were photos that I burned, they were PSD files, pretty much filled whole disc

one error message she got was: 'The Finder cannot complete the operations because some data in (filename) could not be read or written. (Error code -36)'

I was wondering if burning with Roxio Creator 9 is compatible with Mac OS X Leopard?

If not will upgrading to Creator 10 make it compatible?

Your message isn't exactly clear, so let me rephrase it to see if I'm understanding correctly.

 

You've written a DVD-R disc, and one of your client's MAC machines is having trouble reading the disc, getting an error that some of the disc couldn't be read.

 

This has only happened with this one client, and other MAC and PC clients have had discs from you that worked successfully.

 

If that's true, then it sounds like there was one bad burn in the bunch since the error message indicates a read error. I would suggest that you try re-writing another disc for your client and see if that solves the problem.

 

Or is it the case that this particular client has trouble with any disc you send them?

 

Obviously, if you have other MAC clients that can read your discs, then it's not an EMC 9 issue.

 

Please clarify the issue a bit more.

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