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Duplication Service Says "enhanced" Cd Unable To Be Replicated Due To Tk0 Info


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I just completed a project that contains 80 audio tracks and 2 PDF files. Plenty of space on the disc. I used "enhanced" mode and burned the audio session first, then the data finishing the project. Disc plays and data opens fine on all my computers. However, the replicator called and says because of HSF data on track "0" he can't create a stamp of the disc for replication. He says it's a "Mac thing" and that he's seen this a lot with discs created in Toast. Bottom line is that he can't use the discs! Any ideas on what I can do to give him a usable dual-format disc?

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Unchecking the Add CD text box didn't do it. Here is the error info when setting up for replication. Not sure what to do differently in Toast to make this work for him. He says he sees this a lot with masters burned on Macs and that they add extra files. Any tech help would be appreciated!

 

Data track 81 recorded as part of session 2.

Volume size appears suspicious, header says 301334 while track is 1067 blocks.

Both the publisher and data preparer fields are blank. This should have somebody's name in it.

This track has an application identifier of "TOAST ISO 9660 BUILDER COPYRIGHT © 1997-2011 SONIC SOLUTIONS - HAVE A NICE DAY".

There are 3 accessible files and 2 directories contained in this track.

A properly written post-gap was found for this track.

None of the files in this session are linked to prior sessions.

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Unable to initialize HFS volume access.

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Data track 81 recorded as part of session 2.

Volume size appears suspicious, header says 301334 while track is 1067 blocks.

Both the publisher and data preparer fields are blank. This should have somebody's name in it.

This track has an application identifier of "TOAST ISO 9660 BUILDER COPYRIGHT © 1997-2011 SONIC SOLUTIONS - HAVE A NICE DAY".

There are 3 accessible files and 0 directories contained in this track.

The directory in this track qualifies as using the ISO-9660 character set.

The mastering program for this disc did not place version numbers (";1") after the filenames.

None of the files in this session are linked to prior sessions.

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There are one or more conditions that make replication of this disc questionable.

CDDB key for this CD is d10fb353.

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Thanks, this looks interesting. Wondering how this works with Toast?

The files/folders need to be cleaned by BlueHarvest before being added to Toast. Toast doesn't add this stuff to the files. It was added by Apple's HFS when the file/folder was saved. My experience is with .jpgs being seen as double files by PC's where one is viewable and the other either not viewable or tiny. There was no way to fix this doubling until I discovered BlueHarvest.

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