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Does anyone know how to get Toast 5, 6, or 7 to burn a data cd with a standard 2 second postgap?
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I thought two second gaps are for audio. Why would you need two seconds gaps for a data cd?

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2 second postgaps are written to data discs as well. This is not the pause between tracks, it is written to the end of the disc. However after further testing, it seems the postgap is not the biggest problem. There are two unreadable sectors written after the filesystem. I'm not sure what these mystery sectors are for, but unreadable sectors will be problematic for our business.
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I did not know they existed on data disks.

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