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iomega USB CR-R and toast

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I just bought a USB iomega CD-R. It came with Toast 4.1.3. The drive works great using Apple's Disc Burner, but Toast does not recognize the drive as a burner: according to Toast, the drive is a CD-ROM drive. Doeas ayone have any clue WTF is going on?

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I had that problem on my iBook until I got Toast Titanium. On my old iMac it worked fine though.
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[quote]Originally posted by EmAn:
<strong>I had that problem on my iBook until I got Toast Titanium. On my old iMac it worked fine though.</strong><hr></blockquote>

I guess I should have mentioned that I am running this on a Rev. B iMac with OS 9.2.

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[quote]Originally posted by smatanovic:
<strong>I just bought a USB iomega CD-R. It came with Toast 4.1.3. The drive works great using Apple's Disc Burner, but Toast does not recognize the drive as a burner: according to Toast, the drive is a CD-ROM drive. Doeas ayone have any clue WTF is going on?

Thanks in advance,
SM</strong><hr></blockquote>

If I recall correctly, the Disc Burner extensions conflict with the extensions for Toast 4.1.3, so you can use one or the other, but not boath.

Like EmAn, I had the same problem until I got Toast Titanium. Or, you could disable the Disc Burner extensions.
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[quote]Originally posted by Mojo @ work:
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Like EmAn, I had the same problem until I got Toast Titanium. Or, you could disable the Disc Burner extensions.</strong><hr></blockquote>

I got rid of the Disc Burner extensions on the iBook and it still never worked. Also, I had either 4.1.2 or 4.1.3 on the iMac and also had the Disc Burner extesion installed and running and never had a problem.
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[quote]Originally posted by EmAn:
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I got rid of the Disc Burner extensions on the iBook and it still never worked. Also, I had either 4.1.2 or 4.1.3 on the iMac and also had the Disc Burner extesion installed and running and never had a problem.</strong><hr></blockquote>

I'll try this tonight. What advantages does Toast Titanium have? Also, if I disable DIsc burner, can I still burn from itunes?

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[quote]Originally posted by smatanovic:
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I'll try this tonight. What advantages does Toast Titanium have? Also, if I disable DIsc burner, can I still burn from itunes?

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Yes you can still burn from iTunes.

The main advantage (at least for me) in Toast Titanium is that it has background burning (unlike the previous versions).
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