When I try to make a bootable CD using Adaptec/Roxios Toast software, I get a message that says that the Apple CD-Rom driver could not be found – Why?
A. To create a bootable CD, Toast needs to extract the CD driver resource from the Apple CD/DVD Driver extension. Toast will automatically look for the Apple CD/DVD Driver in your Extensions folder. If it was unable to find it, Toast will post a message telling you this and will also provide an option for you to look for it. All you need to do is to tell the Toast application where to find it for this use. If you used our installer program, the Apple CD/DVD Driver was moved to the “removed drivers” folder inside the installed “CD/DVD SpeedTools Extras” folder. Back to top ……
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