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hi there
strange thing: everything was ok till i decided to burn a DVD data disk on my powerbook wich consists of 300 mp3 files
so i launched my toast 7 to make it udf format and when i press burn it is TOAST restarts! ok i launched dragon burn added files to my project nad pressed BURN bt it does nothing! i tried a lot of dvd-r but no luck! what happend? is it to difficult to burn UDF disk with 300 files? at MS station i did it in 5 min with nero!
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