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Hi, just bought myself a Macbook Pro Retina and Toast 11 and as a burner I have a LG CH10LS20 moiunted in a Bytecc Super Speed UBS 3.0 case.

 

There is no problem burning mp3 discs but if I want to make CD it will not burn? I get error message "Could Not complete the last command because of a Mac OS error (Result Code = -10) Same problem with Lion and now Mountain Lion.

 

Any idea what gives

 

 

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Don't know. Have you tried to burn to the internal optical drive? I'm presuming you are describing the Audio CD setting in the Toast audio window. Is that correct? Are you using Toast 11.0.4, 11.0.6 or the 11.1 beta?

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Hi everyone. I'm trying to burn CDs as Enhanced Audio CDs from files in my iTunes library in Toast 11 Titanium. After burning the CD, Toast generates a random name for the CD and the track.

 

What's strange is that the artists and tracks are not in my iTunes library and never have been. In fact I have no idea who/what they are! All data/information in the 'Get Info' window about the files is correct (e.g. artist, album, genre, etc). Also, as far as I know, all information in Toast is correct before I hit burn (e.g. Options, Add CD-Text, etc ).

 

What's going on and how do I fix it? Any help you can give will be appreciated.

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Hi, just bought myself a Macbook Pro Retina and Toast 11 and as a burner I have a LG CH10LS20 moiunted in a Bytecc Super Speed UBS 3.0 case.

 

There is no problem burning mp3 discs but if I want to make CD it will not burn? I get error message "Could Not complete the last command because of a Mac OS error (Result Code = -10) Same problem with Lion and now Mountain Lion.

 

Any idea what gives

 

 

Cheers

The Mountain Lion OSX upgrade has basically bricked the superdrive on many, many Macs--mine included--seems to be worse on any MacBookPro older than early 2011. See: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4150905

 

Using Titanium 11.0.6, and it's completely non-functional. Since I had Apple Care, I turned my mid-2010 MBP 15" over to the Geniuses. They insisted that the superdrive (with which Toast 11.0.6 functioned & burned perfectly using Lion the day before I upgraded to ML) was toast (lousy pun, I know!) Their solution was to replace the superdrive. Now I CAN burn CDs--but ONLY in iTunes. Toast Titanium acts like a retarded stepchild, spinning discs forever, not burning, erroring out with an OS error (-32300) and also an "interconnect" error (there IS NO interconnect: the superdrive's mounted ON the logic board terminals.) Can't eject the blank CD afterward, either, without forcing a shutdown and then using the eject button on the keypad while rebooting. Since the newest Macs have eliminated the superdrive, I'm not surprised at these huge numbers of reports of superdrive fails. I mean why pay attention to the coding that supports a soon-to-be-obsolete piece of hardware, right? My advice? AVOID UPGRADING TO ML, until these issues have been addressed more directly. Neither Roxio or Apple will admit that ML is a disaster when it comes to using your superdrive for anything other than a place to stuff an adapter rig from OWC.com to install a flash HDD for additional storage/faster applications. Might buy an external Blue Ray burner and use the superdrive for JUST that purpose. Perhaps Toast will work with an external, but it ain't doing a thing for my super drives--new OR old.

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