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Hey Guys,

I have just a quick question regarding toast. I am trying to burn some files to a divx disc but toast gives me an error while burning. These are .avi files. Sometimes it works, and then other times it does not.

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What's the error?
Normally it will be your burner at fault, not Toast.

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Ugh. Its a system error it says with a bunch of numbers and stuff.

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Ok, so error code- 1234325 , like that?

That is most likely a burner issue or media, as I said.
Step 1. Clean your burner with a reliable lens cleaning disc.
Step 2. Try a different brand of disc.
Step 3. Try an alternate program to burn with (Burn is free).
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