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Will Toast 11 Pro Work With The New Mac Os 10.8 Mountain Lion?

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Has anyone tried using Toast 11 Pro with the new Apple Mac OS 10.8 Mountain Lion? Are they compatible?

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When I try to install the 11.1 update onto my 10.7.4 system I'm warned that the certificate is not valid. The certificate appears to come from Sonic systems(?)

 

I'll definitely NOT be installing this until someone can explain it or the standalone installer is released.

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Hi All,

 

I understand some users are encountering update issue and have informed the development team about it. However, the turn around time might be delayed since it's a long weekend.

 

In the meantime, I want to confirm that the issue happens on not only on 10.8.2 but also previous version of Mac OS (i.e. 10.7.4, 10.6.8 etc).

 

Thanks!

 

Ivan

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FYI...The issue I describe above happens to me on 10.8.1. Thanks for the quick response. Totally understand it's a long weekend...enjoy ;-)

 

Phil

 

EDITED - Corrected the version of OS X to 10.8.1

Edited by Phil Roy
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FYI...The issue I describe above happens to me on 10.8.1. Thanks for the quick response. Totally understand it's a long weekend...enjoy ;-)

 

Phil

 

EDITED - Corrected the version of OS X to 10.8.1

Same issues as above - will not load with all current fixes currently attempted on 10.8.1

 

Most users will need to use Solution 2 listed below until we can fix this on our side...

 

Solution 1 (Works for some users but definitely not all):

1. Quit the Toast.app Setup Assistant

2. Hold the CTRL key down on your keyboard or right-click on the Toast Titanium icon and select open

3. Proceed through the Setup Assistant as normal

 

Solution 2:

1. Quit the Toast.app Setup Assistant

2. In Finder, click the pulldown GO menu and click GO TO FOLDER (or press SHIFT+COMMAND+G)

3. In the Go To Folder window, type (or paste) in: ~/Library/Preferences

4. Locate the "com.roxio.toast.plist" file and delete or move to the Trash

5. Close the window and launch Toast Titanium again

6. Proceed through the Setup Assistant as normal

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Anyone know whats with the certificate warning that I get when running the 11.1 upgrade?

Sonic systems?

 

What is the warning? Sonic Solutions is fine, but you shouldn't be seeing a warning...

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The warning I receive after doing the in-app update from 11.0.0 (stock first install) to 11.1 says something along the lines of the certificates not being valid and that the install may not do what I am expecting it to.

To be honest I have never seen such a message before and was so concerned I have removed Toast completely from my system.

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Here is a screenshot of the warning.

 

 

 

This is 11.0.4 updating to 11.1 on a 10.7.4 system.

Again I will be removing all remnants of Toast.

And it still also produces a long standing error every time Toast is launched on my system, but this has nothing to do with the 11.1 update. Just Toast 11 in general. :-

 

 

Toast Titanium: Error loading /Applications/Toast 11 Titanium/Toast Titanium.app/Contents/Frameworks/mc_enc_avc_cuda.framework/mc_enc_avc_cuda: dlopen(/Applications/Toast 11 Titanium/Toast Titanium.app/Contents/Frameworks/mc_enc_avc_cuda.framework/mc_enc_avc_cuda, 265): Library not loaded: /usr/local/cuda/lib/libcuda.dylib

Referenced from: /Applications/Toast 11 Titanium/Toast Titanium.app/Contents/Frameworks/mc_enc_avc_cuda.framework/mc_enc_avc_cuda

Reason: image not found

Edited by Radar68

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Looks like the image fails - anyway to get it up here?

 

OK - heres the error as it first appears :-

 

Toast Titanium.pkg was signed with an invalid certificate. This package might not install what you expect. Do you want to continue with the installation anyway?

 

Obviously I didnt, so I cancelled.

 

If the certificate is viewed it is :-

 

Developer ID Installer: Sonic Solutions LLC

Issued by: Developer ID Certification Authority

Expires: Frist 1, September 2017 20:34:50 British Summer Time

This certificate was signed by an unknown authority

 

Subject Name

User ID 66P4E9DY62

Common Name Developer ID Installer: Sonic Solutions LLC

Organizational Unit 66P4E9DY62

Country US

 

Issure Name

Common Name Developer ID Certification Authority

Organizational Unit Apple Certification Authority

Organization Apple Inc.

Country US

Edited by Radar68

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One thing to note is the Toast Titanium application may need to be in its default location in the Toast 11 Titanium folder at the root level of the Applications folder.

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OK, confirming that solution 2 worked for me and I did not have to move the Toast application to the top level of the Applications folder as someone suggested.

 

Handy tip to get at your library if it isn't in the "Go" menu under Mountain Lion...hold the "option" key down and go to the "Go" menu. "Library" will be listed in the menu now.

 

Cheers, Phil

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Toast crashes immediately. No way to update. I've deleted all files with Appzapper and reinstalled. Nothing works.

This isn't an updating issue so it probably would have been best to start a new topic. Please describe more about your system. I'm guessing that the installer is working and that the crash happens when you try to open Toast after it is installed. What version is the one that is being installed? If it is earlier than 11.0.4 download the Toast 11.0.4 update from Roxio's software updates page and run that installer. Also make sure there are no xvid codecs in any of the QuickTime Library folders.

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Toast continue to crash after update (11.1 updated from http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/toast/software_updatesv11.html, Mountain Lion 10.8.2). Same as 11.1 on 10.8.1 (11.1 updated from MacUpdate):

 


Process:         Toast Titanium [2015]
Path:            /Applications/Toast 11 Titanium/Toast Titanium.app/Contents/MacOS/Toast Titanium
Identifier:      com.roxio.Toast
Version:         11.1 [1067] (11.1)
Code Type:       X86 (Native)
Parent Process:  launchd [168]
User ID:         501

Date/Time:       2012-09-20 17:33:28.029 +0300
OS Version:      Mac OS X 10.8.2 (12C54)
Report Version:  10

Crashed Thread:  0  Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread

Exception Type:  EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x00000000a6f400a0

VM Regions Near 0xa6f400a0:
   __LINKEDIT             000000008fecd000-000000008fee0000 [   76K] r--/rwx SM=COW  /usr/lib/dyld
--> Submap                 0000000090000000-00000000ac000000          r--/rwx machine-wide submap
   mapped file            0000000090000000-0000000090007000 [   28K] r-x/r-x SM=COW  Object_id=1a1a3ca0

Thread 0 Crashed:: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
0   com.roxio.Toast                0x00161c97 CApplication::GetElementByIndex(unsigned long, long, AEDesc*) + 161
1   com.roxio.Toast                0x0015716a CAppleEventObject::AccessObject(unsigned long, AEDesc const*, unsigned long, unsigned long, AEDesc const*, AEDesc*, long) + 696
2   com.roxio.Toast                0x00157902 CAppleEventObject::MyAccessObject(unsigned long, AEDesc const*, unsigned long, unsigned long, AEDesc const*, AEDesc*, long) + 96
3   com.apple.AE                   0x998181bf callHandler(short (*)(AEDesc const*, AEDesc*, long), long, iCallAccessor_EnvRec*) + 92
4   com.apple.AE                   0x9981530e TryAccessor(HandlerTable*, iCallAccessor_EnvRec*) + 202
5   com.apple.AE                   0x998151b8 iCallAccessor + 318
6   com.apple.AE                   0x99816ece InternalResolve(ObjRecord**, short, unsigned long, AEDesc*, unsigned char*, AEDesc*, unsigned char*) + 871
7   com.apple.AE                   0x99817e3d iAEResolve + 297
8   com.apple.AE                   0x9981827b AEResolve + 32
9   com.roxio.Toast                0x00155379 CAppleEventObject::Resolve(AEDesc const*, AEDesc*) + 35
10  com.roxio.Toast                0x00154e01 CAppleEvent::GetDirectObject(AEDesc*) + 123
11  com.roxio.Toast                0x00155e82 DispatchResult(CAppleEvent*, AEDesc*) + 47
12  com.roxio.Toast                0x001555fd CAppleEventObject::GenericHandler(AEDesc const*, AEDesc*, long, void (*)(CAppleEvent*, AEDesc*)) + 117
13  com.roxio.Toast                0x0015587b CAppleEventObject::GenericResultHandler(AEDesc const*, AEDesc*, long) + 39
14  com.apple.AE                   0x99812535 aeDispatchAppleEvent(AEDesc const*, AEDesc*, unsigned long, unsigned char*) + 331
15  com.apple.AE                   0x997e89de dispatchEventAndSendReply(AEDesc const*, AEDesc*) + 44
16  com.apple.AE                   0x997e889d aeProcessAppleEvent + 318
17  com.apple.HIToolbox            0x9705de48 AEProcessAppleEvent + 100
18  com.apple.AppKit               0x95d47ddd _DPSNextEvent + 1655
19  com.apple.AppKit               0x95d4726c -[NSApplication nextEventMatchingMask:untilDate:inMode:dequeue:] + 119
20  com.roxio.Toast                0x00633277 -[RXApplication nextEventMatchingMask:untilDate:inMode:dequeue:] + 1042
21  com.apple.AppKit               0x95d3d6cc -[NSApplication run] + 855
22  com.roxio.Toast                0x00632dca RXApplicationload() + 855
23  com.roxio.Toast                0x000ea954 main + 106
24  com.roxio.Toast                0x000308ea start + 54

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Toast continue to crash after update (11.1 updated from http://www.roxio.com...updatesv11.html, Mountain Lion 10.8.2). Same as 11.1 on 10.8.1 (11.1 updated from MacUpdate):

I'm not having this problem on either of my Macs so I'm guessing there is something on your Mac that is conflicting with Toast. Some reasons for Toast crashing upon launch in the past have been the presence of an xvid codec in a Library>QuickTime folder or the connection of a Firewire audio device to the Mac. Try starting up your Mac in safe mode and see if Toast launches. If it does, there is a conflict with some third-party extension or codec. Also disconnect any external devices except for the keyboard and mouse to see if that makes any difference. If it does then reconnect some to determine which one is causing trouble with Toast.

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I'm having a similar crashing problem since updating to OSX 10.8.2, Toast fails with the following error immediately after I start to burn a CD

 

 

Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS)

Exception Codes: KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE at 0x0000000000000000

 

VM Regions Near 0:

--> __PAGEZERO 0000000000000000-0000000000001000 [ 4K] ---/--- SM=NUL /Applications/Roxio Toast 11 Titanium/Toast Titanium.app/Contents/MacOS/Toast Titanium

__TEXT 0000000000001000-0000000000e72000 [ 14.4M] r-x/rwx SM=COW /Applications/Roxio Toast 11 Titanium/Toast Titanium.app/Contents/MacOS/Toast Titanium

 

Thread 0 Crashed:: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread

0 com.roxio.Toast 0x0035dc8a CBurnCommonDoc::DoWrite(tWriteOptions*, bool, TCFString const&, bool) + 5088

1 com.roxio.Toast 0x003957f9 CToastDoc::WriteCD(tWriteOptions*, bool, bool) + 2303

2 com.roxio.Toast 0x00391750 CToastDoc::PerformCommand(UICommand const&) + 3378

3 com.roxio.Toast 0x006e8ded CToastUIController::PerformCommand(UICommand const&) + 1505

4 com.roxio.Toast 0x00676660 -[RXMainWindowController deliverAction:fromSender:] + 172

5 com.roxio.Toast 0x00669936 -[RXMainWindowController burnButtonAction:] + 153

6 libobjc.A.dylib 0x94bb95d3 -[NSObject performSelector:withObject:] + 70

7 com.roxio.Toast 0x007f1ed2 -[RXBurnButton burnButtonHasPressed] + 81

8 com.roxio.Toast 0x007f1f23 -[RXBurnButton mouseUp:] + 75

9 com.apple.AppKit 0x93ab4ae0 -[NSWindow sendEvent:] + 7159

10 com.apple.AppKit 0x93aafa0f -[NSApplication sendEvent:] + 4278

11 com.roxio.Toast 0x00632780 -[RXApplication sendEvent:] + 1129

12 com.apple.AppKit 0x939c972c -[NSApplication run] + 951

13 com.roxio.Toast 0x00632dca RXApplicationload() + 855

14 com.roxio.Toast 0x000ea954 main + 106

15 com.roxio.Toast 0x000308ea start + 54

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I'm having a similar crashing problem since updating to OSX 10.8.2, Toast fails with the following error immediately after I start to burn a CD

 

Is this an audio CD? Do you have zero seconds set for the gap in Toast preferences? If so, that causes a crash. You need to set Toast Preferences for a 2-second gap and then, in the main window, change the gap for tracks 2 and onward to zero seconds. You can do this by selecting all but the first track and then clicking the column for setting the gap.

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