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Burning a Blu-Ray freezes at 99%

I have a LaCie d2 Blu-Ray buring

Using Mac OS X 6

Using Titanium 11 with the HD BD Plug-in

I set it up to burn a Blu-Ray overnight (video format - a half-hour home movie).

This morning, I noticed that it is STILL not finished. It has been stuck at 99% for several hours.

Any idea what to do to troubleshoot?

Greg
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MereteCommented:
Hi Greg, it would many others have experienced this stuck at 99% after upgrading to 11 some say upgrading to Toast 11.0.4 fixes it.
http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/toast/software_updatesv11.html
it would seem to be some type of permissions issue possibly. Or it is simply just a bug, many have just waited for a while had a coffee incase the burn is actually done  then removed the disc. And it played ok confirming it is a bug with this new release.
Since you have left yours on overnight test it and see if it plays in VLC or a Samsung Player
You could consider restoing your previous version until Roxio fixes this problem
Maybe yours is affected by this problem. See this article
"Not enough permission to access the content" message when trying to access Toast 11
http://kb.roxio.com/search.aspx?URL=/content/000136TT&PARAMS=set-locale=en
 the only work around I can offer is to make an image first then burn that, it would be far more reliable and then you have a copy as well
Let us know if the update fixes it and also if you can play this current DVD.
Merete
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greghollAuthor Commented:
Worked like a charm. Thx  

Also the BD that came out indeed worked fine, even though it said it was only 99% finished.
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MereteCommented:
That's great to hear gregholl and must be a relief for yu
Best wishes
Merete
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