Toast Titanium 8 Quit Unexpectedly

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  1. scott:mac macrumors regular

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    Hi
    Im running 10.5.2 and am trying to open my version on Toast 8.
    It bounces in the dock for a while and then goes off, displaying the message " Toast 8 Quit Unexpectedly" no matter what i try it never works.

    Please respond a.s.a.p
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    Scott
     
  2. Ugg macrumors 68000

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    Something's faulty with the app. Have you tried downloading a new version?
     
  3. scott:mac thread starter macrumors regular

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    Yes, ive tried at least 4 and the first one i used worked fine on my last 10.5.2 but i reinstalled leopard and now it doesnt :confused:.

    scott.:apple:
     
  4. hodgjy macrumors 6502

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    Try deleting all preference files associated with Toast.
     
  5. phase5 macrumors newbie

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    I just upgraded my processer to a dual 1.73Mhz with 1.5Gb SDRAM.

    I have also upgraded to OS 10.5.2.

    Now I find every DVD project I burn with TOAST 8.0.3; (lastest version, and which worked fine prior to 10.5.2); will burn the project; (VIDEO_TS & AUDIO_TS folders); but verification always fails with the message:

    "Mismatch at byte 1813/sector 92357. verification Failed".

    It's always byte 1813, while the sectors always different.
    If I boot into OS 10.3.9; (backed up on firewire drive); and use Toast 6 the same project always burns fine.

    I'm beginning to think it's something to do with OS 10.5.2 ......
     
  6. MaddMacs macrumors 6502

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    Yeah My Toast 8 is acting fishy. I keep getting a pinwheel then it says "Connection Failed" on a disk icon. This happens when I quit the program, or after a burn. Then I got a crash on a disk labeling program that automatically popped up after the burn. The disk burned okay though.:confused:
     
  7. rhurrel macrumors newbie

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    Try deleting the Xvid codec in the Library>Quicktime folder. This should solve your problem (it solved it for me). I downloaded this codec today and just by chance tried to use Toast afterwards. It wouldn't work. All seems good now though :)
     
  8. sbahe5150 macrumors newbie

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    Xvid

    Moving the Xvid codec out of the Library>Quicktime folder solved the same problem I was having, thanks!
     
  9. phase5 macrumors newbie

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    It took m e a few days to work through MY problem and resolve it.
    At the same time I installed the new processor I added 512Mb RAM, replacing a 128Mb strip of RAM.

    The new RAM turned out to be faulty. I used "REMBER" (free download) too confirm it. Removed faulty RAM, replaced it with old RAM.

    Just burnt 3 DVDs in a row. All burnt and verified OK.
    Not sure why it worked in OS 10.3.9 with faulty RAM, but there you go, that's computers for you.
     
  10. richard.mac macrumors 603

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    download Perian which includes codecs for divx, xvid, flv, mkv etc for QuickTime. i have no issues with Perian and Toast.
     
  11. MaddMacs macrumors 6502

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    Apparantly Toast 8 does share preferences with Toast 7 and will cause irregular behavior. It will also install Divx 6.0 next to 5.2. Possibly causing additional irregular behavior. They reccomend doing a complete uninstall (you have to do it manually). It fixed my issues. From Roxio Support:

    Please uninstall and reinstall Toast 8:

    How to fully remove Toast 7 & 8 Titanium form your computer.

    1. Delete the Toast 7 & 8 Titanium software folder located in the Applications folder.

    2. Press Command-F and enter Roxio into the search field. Delete the Roxio folder from these two locations:

    Library/Application Support/

    /Library/Application Support/

    3. Press Command-F and enter 'Toast' into the search field.

    Delete the 'Roxio Toast Prefs' file and the 'com.roxio.Toast.plist' file from this location: /Library/Preferences/

    Delete the 'ToastIt.plugin' file from this location: /Library/Contextual Menu Items/

    4. Press Command-F and enter 'Deja Vu' into the search field.

    Delete the 'DejaVu.prefpane' file from this location: Library/PreferencePanes/

    Delete the 'Deja Vu' folder from this location: Library/Application Support/

    Delete the 'com.Propaganda.DejaVuPref.plist' file from this location: /Library/Preferences/

    Delete the 'DejaVu.pkg' file from this location: Library/Receipts/

    5. Press Command-F and enter 'DivX' into the search field.

    Delete the 'DivX 6 Decoder.component' file from this location: Library/QuickTime/

    Delete the 'DivX Decoder 6.0 Preferences' file from this location: /Library/Preferences/

    6. Press Command-F and enter 'CDS' into the search field.

    Delete the 'CDSpinDoctor' folder from this location: Library/Application Support/

    Delete the 'com.roxio.deepseasoftware.CDSpinDoctor.plist' file from this location: /Library/Preferences/

    Delete the 'widget-com.roxio.deepseasoftware.widgets.CDSpinDoctor.plist' file from this location: /Library/Preferences/

    Delete the 'CDSD Recorder' file from this location: /Library/Widgets/

    7. Open System Preferences, set CD & DVD preferences to use Apple products or to Ignore, then Restart

    After restart empty the trash if you have not done so.

    Run Disk Utility (located in Applications/Utilities folder) and Repair Disk Permissions on the hard disk.

    Install the latest Toast update.
     

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