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Internal Dvr Burners Disappeared After Toast 10 Install



Right after Toast 10 was installed, neither of the Mac Pro's native internal ATA buss Pioneer DVR-112D drives are recognized by Toast -or- the OS (10.5.6). The keyboard eject button does not work, although the eject marker briefly appears on the screen as it normally did before. Other DVD / CD burners on other busses are visible and work OK (both USB and Firewire). When I boot from a drive using the same OS but without Toast 10 installed, the native drives are accessible and work normally. So . . . seems Roxio installed driver somewhere that disabled these native drives. Solutions?

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