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Toast 11 Custom Hybrid Crc32 Issue


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Hi all,

 

I am using Toast 11 and trying to create a custom hybrid CD. I used to create this in the Toast 7 Titanium and never have any issue with CRC32. However, I am not able to create a CD with the same CRC32 as the dmg ever since I started using Toast 11.

 

Toast 11 always have 1 additional file added on to the dmg partition causing the CRC32 to be difference from the origial dmg CRC32.

 

Can anyone help?

 

Cheers,

Kimu

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Hi all,

 

I am using Toast 11 and trying to create a custom hybrid CD. I used to create this in the Toast 7 Titanium and never have any issue with CRC32. However, I am not able to create a CD with the same CRC32 as the dmg ever since I started using Toast 11.

 

Toast 11 always have 1 additional file added on to the dmg partition causing the CRC32 to be difference from the origial dmg CRC32.

 

Can anyone help?

 

Cheers,

Kimu

 

Anyone? Roxio support? =)

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Anyone? Roxio support? =)

I'm sorry but your terminology is not something I understand. I do believe there is a bug in the Toast 11 temporary partition function. If you are using that it may work to use Disk Utility to create the temporary partition instead.

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I'm sorry but your terminology is not something I understand. I do believe there is a bug in the Toast 11 temporary partition function. If you are using that it may work to use Disk Utility to create the temporary partition instead.

 

This is what I am doing on Toast 11 on OSX 10.7

 

I do not wish to create a new DMG image and put in the content. I am trying to create the hybrid CD

from an existing DMG (already with content). It is doable in Toast 7. This is my steps:

 

1. Mount the dmg I wanted to be part of the Hybrid CD.

2. Mount the ISO I wanted to be part of the Hybrid CD.

3. Launch Toast and Select "Custom Hybrid"

4. Press the "Select Mac..." button and select the image I mounted in step 1. Uncheck "Optimize On-the-fly" and click OK.

5. Press the "Select ISO..." button and drag in files from a CD ISO I mounted in Step 2.

6. Select File->Save as Disc Image...

7. Change to ISO extension and Save.

 

A hybrid cd ISO file will be created. If I mount this newly created ISO file, the checksum for the OSX partition (the dmg in Step 1.) is not the same. I also noticed in Disk Utility, Number of Files for the OSX partition is always +1.

 

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

 

PS: I did compared all the settings in Toast7 and Toast11. The other difference is that Toast7 is running on 10.5 which Toast11 is running on 10.7.

 

Cheers,

Kimu

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