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WhiteYfz

 
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Hi, I have a problem.. I just got toast titanium and when i click motion pictures, or cd spin doctor.. it gives me this message..
This application required Toast 6 Titanium or later to run on your system. This application will now quit.

what can i do to fix this?
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Try trashing toast's preferences in Macintosh HD > [user name] > Library > Preferences. Use the search field to find toast's preferences. After you move them to the trash try again. If it still doesn't work then reinstall toast.

--Hope that helps

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