Turn off CD verification?

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by rnizlek, May 19, 2004.

  1. macrumors 6502

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    #1
    This may be a stupid question, but under 10.3.3, how does one turn off the verification feature after a CD is burned. I have no need to wait for the CD to be verified, so i find it much easier if I could just have the computer stop when it is done burning, rather than automatically verify the CD.

    Thanks!
     
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    stoid

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    I use Toast to burn all my CDs, but could you just click cancel once it's done burning the CD and cancel the verification process?
     
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    Freg3000

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    I know that sounds easy enough, but if you're not in the room at the time, and don't select Verify or Cancel, it defaults into Verify.....which may take a lot long than the one minute you stepped out of the room.

    I'd too like to know if you could turn verification off somehow in Toast.
     
  4. 7on
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    7on

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    You can do this in Disk Utility, but not within Finder. 10.4 feature perhaps?
     

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    johnnyjibbs

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    This annoys me too. I was confused at first because the Finder actually tells you that it is "burning" the CD when it is in fact verifiying. This happened when I was burning a data DVD - I thought it had burnt it twice! (Only the console log told me that it was verifying during the second 'burn').

    Options please Apple!
     
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    cb911

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    Freg3000, yep, you can turn off verification in Toast just be going to the 'advanced' panel (i think) after you click the Record button, before you burn the disk. easy. :)
     

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