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3.99 Dvd Dl Toast 11 Titanium (1067) And (1072)


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Hi,

 

Here is what I did:

1. Do not have any media in the DVD drive.

2. Open the Toast application.

3. Click on "Data" at the top of the window to create a Data Disc.

4. Click on "Mac & PC" from the top left pull down menu.

5. Click on "DVD DL" from the bottom left pull down menu.

6. Mine says "Space Remaining 3.99 GB" (see my screenshots)

 

I select CD from the drop down menu and it lists 1 disc with an estimated & space remaining of 702.8 MB which looks about right. I select DVD from the drop down menu and it lists 1 disc with an estimated space remaining; of 4.38 GB which looks about right. I select DVD DL from the drop down menu and it lists 1 disc with an estimated space remaining of 3.99 GB which is NOT right and is less than a regular DVD? Why is that?

 

I already tried Toast 11 (1072) and Toast 11 (1067) update with the same results.

 

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Can anyone give me some advise on how to resolve this issue?

 

Thanks

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Guest Rox-Ralf

Here's the instruction to resolve the issue. (credits to tsantee)

 

When the Toast space-remaining bar is in error this is fixed by going to the User>Library>Preferences folder and deleting the Toast plist and prefs files. Then relaunch Toast. If you are running OS 10.7 the user library is accessed by holding down the option key while selecting the Go menu in the Finder.

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