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Upgrade To Leopard Burned Toast, Toast crashes after upgrade from Tiger to Leopard


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I had Toast 7 titanium and never had a problem. I have been upgrading my Mac and install a blue-ray burner and upgraded from Tiger to Leopard, since then every time I try to burn a disc the computer crashes. I decided to upgrade to the latest Toast just to be in the safe side of "all new and upgraded" but it backfired badly. The system still crashes with Toast 10 Pro.

 

 

Any ideas are really appreciated

 

 

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It sounds as if something didn't install properly during the upgrade to Leopard or maybe there is a conflict somewhere. The first thing I'd do is trash the Toast plist and prefs files in your User>Library>Preferences folder. I'd also remove any plugins in the Root>Library>QuickTime folder to see if that changes anything. If it does, add back those plugins until you find one that is causing the problem. For example, the xvid codecs are known to cause conflicts and they aren't needed if you have the perian codec. Another easy trouble-shooting step is to download the 10.5.7 Combined System Update and apply it on top of your existing system. That can fix odd problems that happen during incremental system updates.

 

If none of that works then I'd check the drive compatibility database at xlr8yourmac.com to learn if there are reported problems using the Blu-Ray burner you have with Macs.

 

And if none of that works I'd install the OS on an external hard drive and boot from that drive to see if the problem still exists.

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