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Error Code 32030

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I am using a Mac Pro 2X2.26 Quad Core Xeon, 6Gb Ram, OS 10.9.1 Just updated to Toast 11 Pro fron Toast 8, as I started getting "Error Code 32030 Unstable Connection" messages.

Disk begins to burn then error window appears and burning stops. This started recently and I upgraded to Toast 11 Pro to try and resolve the issue. I am using the Mac Pro internal optical drive. I went on line for answers and reduced my burn speed down to 4x as that has helped others. My problem still exists. Is this a Roxio or a Mac problem? If Mac, is it software or hardware related?

 

Bottom line is I need to burn disks.

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My first guess is the Mac's optical drive is failing. Have you installed any other drives in that Mac Pro lately? If so it could be a bus master or slave conflict. I don't think it is a software issue but I'm only guessing at this point.

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