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    Question What is the best burner for mac 10.4?
    My toast 9.07 is giving major problems, i need something similar, can someone direct me? thx.

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    This does everything I need. The price is right:

    Burn - Home

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    As an aside, I am SO glad I never coughed up the extra dough to go to Toast 9+. Toast 8 works great, even on Snow Leopard. Hopefully that continues to be the case in future OSes, because it seems like Toast has taken a nose dive in stability based on the reviews I've been reading.
    Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!

    https://youtu.be/KHZ8ek-6ccc

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    Check this out by going to post #10 on Roxio Forums and downloading version 9.05 as there is a bug is 9.07:-

    9.09 update - Roxio Community

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwa107 View Post
    As an aside, I am SO glad I never coughed up the extra dough to go to Toast 9+. Toast 8 works great, even on Snow Leopard. Hopefully that continues to be the case in future OSes, because it seems like Toast has taken a nose dive in stability based on the reviews I've been reading.
    I actually was wondering if the latest version of Toast was as stable as the older versions like you and I are using. I guess I will do some checking around and see what I find. Mine so far does everything I need it to do and in 10.6 also.

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    just got Blu ray burner, and bought the best app for this, Toast 10 Pro for Blu ray

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    Trust OP this was not the downloaded copy you mentioned last post?

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    Downloaded Toast 9.05, works like a charm, thx for your help everyone, i'm happy once again

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