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Problem Copying Dvd


Glen Livet
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I am using Toast 11 Titanium version 11.1 on an Apple iMac running MacOS X (10.6.8)

 

I occasionally record TV programmes on to a DVD-R and finalise the disc on my DVD player. I then take an additional copy for personal use using Toast. I am currently trying to do this again (nothing different with DVD as far as I am aware) but when I press the copy button I get the message "please insert recordable disk" despite the fact that the DVD is in my DVD drive and I am able to play the DVD. Can anybody help please?

 

Also, just out of interest, when I insert a DVD it starts playing first so I have to stop it and turn it off before being able to press copy button

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I get the message "please insert recordable disk" despite the fact that the DVD is in my DVD drive and I am able to play the DVD.

 

When that message appears, I think it is asking for an empty disc, not the source disc at that time.

 

My workflow for this would be different, though. I would first make a disc image copy on my HD, then write the disc image back to a blank disc.

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That was my thinking although surprised because previously it always took a copy of the recorded disc first, then asked for a blank one to copy on to.

However, I removed the recorded disc and put a blank one in and it just said that "there is nothing to record please add some data".

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