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Toast Titanium Crashes after adding a movie on new iMac


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I bought a new iMac and transfer all my info from my old MacBook,the only app that im having problems is Toast Titanium,when i open the video part on dvd-video and i drag any video from my comp automatically crashes and says
that quit unexpectedly...in my MacBook doesnt do it.
Does anybody knows what is causing this?
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I have toast titanium 10,latest version and im running Snow leopard since came w my new imac,in case anybody ask
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Do a clean install of Toast. Some applications do not handle the transfer operation at all well. Just use the original software CD.
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