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Loss of Audio CD Player after running Toast...
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Dec 6, 2000, 11:06 AM

I am running OS 9.0.4 on an iMac DVSE 400, and having only recently upgraded my Audio Extension to 1.0.5 (I think that's the latest), I found that after previewing and extracting tracks from a CD with Toast 4.1.2, I cannot play a CD with the built in Apple CD Audio Player until I have restarted the whole system.

I am not sure that the extension is the culprit, though I don't recall having the problem before updating. This isn't a speaker issue. I can still preview tracks in Toast and Soundjam seems to behave as it used to.

Any thoughts?

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iMac Core2Duo 2.16GHz/3G RAM/250G HD OSX 10.6.6
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Dec 6, 2000, 07:36 PM
Same problem here, with a PMG4 and OS 9.0.4. I haven't been able to figure it out. It will be a glorious day when Apple ships a CDRW mastering app. that frees us from servitude to Adaptec.
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