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Okay - iBook 900Mhz, 256mb RAM, OS X, 10.2.6.

I put in a blank CD. I choose "Finder". I drag some files to it. It
"copies" them. I then drag the CD to the Trash which changes to a Burn icon, and it begins burning the CD.

So my question - is there a place to set options for this? As in, if I don't want it to automatically verify after the burn? Not finalize, etc...

Or is the answer just to get an app specific to CD-Burning (Toast, etc)?

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Jason
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Okay - iBook 900Mhz, 256mb RAM, OS X, 10.2.6.

I put in a blank CD. I choose "Finder". I drag some files to it. It
"copies" them. I then drag the CD to the Trash which changes to a Burn icon, and it begins burning the CD.

So my question - is there a place to set options for this? As in, if I don't want it to automatically verify after the burn? Not finalize, etc...

Or is the answer just to get an app specific to CD-Burning (Toast, etc)?

Thanks,
Jason
I am not sure about the no verify option, will have to look into that. What do you mean by finalize, etc?
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you can most likely just skip the verifying stage. since it s a fairly new machine, there shouldnt be any problems in burning that need verifying

Toast optimizes burning speed better than the built in disk copy in OS X.

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