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Toast Multisession CD's - Help Needed
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NDBounce
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Mar 2, 2005, 07:51 PM
 
I am trying to burn a multisession CD in Toast 6, but I need some help on how to do this. Here is what I did:

1) Burned Session 1 (made sure close CD was unchecked)
2) Put CD in to Mac #2 (also running the same version of Toast) with the hopes of adding a 2nd session.
3) Opened Toast. Clicked on the New Disk button. Renamed the Disc Session2. Added 4 files to this disc. Burned the CD (again with close CD box unchecked)

The CD burned and verified. The I inserted the CD back in to Mac #1 and the only icon I see is for the First session. I can't get to the data from session 2.

I repeated step 2 using the name Session3, and the same thing happens. What am I doing wrong that I can only see the data from Session 1? How do I access session 2 & 3 on this CD?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Peace,

O
B unce!

P.S. Here is a little more info. In Toast, when I go to Recorder --> Disc Info I can see all 3 tracks I burned (not access the files, only confirm that they exist) and that track 4 is open.
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Mar 2, 2005, 10:46 PM
 
This may be obvious, but did you make sure you selected ISO 9660 as the type of disc, and that "Use Macintosh filenames" was checked in the options?
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Mar 3, 2005, 10:42 AM
 
Originally posted by Macola:
This may be obvious, but did you make sure you selected ISO 9660 as the type of disc, and that "Use Macintosh filenames" was checked in the options?
I definitely did ISO 9660...I wonder if I selected Use Macintosh Filenames...Let me try again...
     
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Mar 3, 2005, 02:33 PM
 
These are the instructions from Roxio

Roxio Knowledge Base Article - ET6000085
Cannot add a session to a CD-R/CD-RW disc

The information in this article applies to: Toast 6 Titanium
On the following Operating Systems: Mac OS X
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Issue
Cannot add a session to a CD-R/CD-RW disc

Cause
Resolution
1. If using Toast 6 v6.0.3 or earlier, then uncheck the "Close Disc" option:

a. Launch Toast 6 Titanium
b. Click on "Recorder"
c. Click on "Recorder Settings..."
d. Select the "Advanced" tab
e. Uncheck the "Close Disc" option

2. If using Toast 6 v6.0.4 or later, then select the "Write Session" option:

a. Launch Toast 6 Titanium
b. Click on "Recorder"
c. Click on "Recorder Settings..."
d. Select the "Advanced" tab
e. Select the "Write Session" option

If the above do not work, you should also consider these additional steps:
1. Contact the drive manufacturer for a firmware update for your recorder
2. Try a different brand and color of CD media

http://www.roxio.com/en/support/kb/t...60000085.jhtml

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