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    BluRay Drive for Mac

    cbum, I appreciate your response, but it doesn't sound altogether encouraging. No disrespect to you at all... but shouldn't that list of compatible drives be more up to date? Is it just me not seeing any BluRay drives mentioned, or are there truly no BluRay drives that are 'officially' supported? I mean, is someone dropping the ball here? I can't afford to go out and buy drives *hoping* they'll work. I need a solution. I've just joined this board, you've been on it a while longer... has this been an ongoing concern? Anyway, thanks.
  2. Are there in fact any BluRay Drives supported by Retrospect 9 for Mac. I went here: http://www.retrospect.com/devices And couldn't find a single drive that said BD-R that was Qulaified for Mac. Is there anybody out there using a a BluRay Drive with Retrospect 9 for Mac? Can you tell me what drive you're using? Rob
  3. Are there in fact any BluRay Drives supported by Retrospect 9 for Mac. I went here: http://www.retrospect.com/devices And couldn't find a single drive that said BD-R that was Qulaified for Mac. Is there anybody out there using a a BluRay Drive with Retrospect 9 for Mac? Can you tell me what drive you're using? Rob
  4. Hello all, I'm fairly new to Retrospect 9. I've been using retrospect since the early 90s and have very recently upgraded to 9. I had created a few catalogs and did a few backups in January. I am trying to add to those catalogs now, but I can't get Retrospect to recognize the Media. I'm thinking that it might have something to do with my drive being configured properly. I mean, it was at one point, but perhaps and System or Retrospect update overwrote it... ? When I run a backup, i'm prompted... Needs Media > Choose Media... It then prompts me to "Select media: 4-Software' and shows my drive (PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-112D) in the window. but the Eject button does not open the tray like I was used to in Rv6. So I use the keyboard eject and put the appropriate disk in (4-Software) only to have the Mac OS tell me that I 'inserted a blank DVD'. I can click 'OK' or 'Ignore', neither has any effect on the 'Select Media:) window. It just keeps showing my PIONEER Drive. I've tried this with several Catalogs. None are recognized. Does anybody have a clue as to why, and what I can do about it? Thanks in advance, Rob System configuration: Mac Pro 2 x 2.66 GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon 8 GB 667 MHz DDR2 FB-DIMM PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-112D Mac OSX Lion 10.7.3 Retrospect 9.0.1
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