270 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Dec 5, 2006 10:40 AM by hylas
First, sometimes the preferences for certain software get corrupted. I would trash the preferences for Toast or whatever software you use for burning. A new preference file will be created.
Second, try to reinstall that program.
Third, you can create another account (system preferences, accounts) I really don't know why but sometimes something wrong occurrs within some account and a new one can show you if this is the case.
Thanks for your replies. I tried them both but without success. The really strange thing is that I get the Buffer error almost immediately--not later on in the burning process when you would think it should occur. I also thought that the Buffer UnderRun problem had been solved a long time ago. Also, remember that this happens with every application that I've used lately, not just Toast. Thanks again.
-50 error Burning DVDs
Try using different media. Wave a dead chicken over it, you know do all the normal things
I think it's the OS, the media I've used Sony (DVD-R) has worked on and off through the upgrades (10.4.x)
Or ... it's crappy media. (I just bought a spindle of it - yay!)
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