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Toast 10 failure again


David Moran
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Toast 10 has been nothing but trouble. In March I had burning issues finally solved with help from Tsantee thankfully.

One month later I attempted to write another picture/video DVD. The identical issues resurfaced. When saving to disc image I got the same message "no writeable file systems" or something to that effect.

Live chat advised a complete reinstall which I did just as I had done only one month earlier. I was able then to write that DVD successfully.

I now have gone back to see if my saved projects were still useable. I find the March project comes up with less than 1/2 the files useable. The others have all the proper descriptive text but the file itself is empty and shows that in the text.

Older projects done with Toast 6, I believe, are now not available giving me the message "unsupported format cannot be added". It appears I have lost all.

I have an Intel Mac dual core with 4 GB ram and 150+ GB hard disc space running Snow leopard 10.6.3. Toast 10 has been updated to 10.0.7 without any change in results.

I must say I am thoroughly disappointed in Toast 10. A very good experience with Toast 6 lead me to believe 10 would be a joy not the nightmare it has turned out to be.

Does anyone have any idea what is going on. If this cannot be permanently fixed I would have a hard time advising anyone to purchase this product.

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