03-06-2004, 09:01 PM #1infrontofthem2Guestswitching from 9 to OSX and I can't burn Cd's
I just switched from 9 over to OSX 10. I was able to burn cds no problem with 9.
On 9 I put a Cd in it and asked if I wanted to propare it.
on OS X I put a cd in and its says that there are unreadable file on it and if I want to to repair the file using desk utilities or continue without repairing or eject the cd.
When I go to repair the Cd is not there
if I continue without repair the cd is not on my desktop.
and both ways I can't eject the Cd.
Does anyone know about this?
i am using a ibook
03-06-2004, 09:29 PM #2chris041067Guest
I have had somewhat the same problems...i dont know what causes it
try using a different cd or you can pick up a copy of Toast - which is very nice and worth getting
If you have toast started up when you insert a blank cd those error messages wont pop up and you should be able to burn no problem.
03-06-2004, 09:51 PM #3infrontofthem2GuestThanks
Originally Posted by chris041067
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