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Toast 7 - on two macs?


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First off, please be aware that I am not wanting to do anything illegal or frowned upon. If there is no legal way to do what I want to do, tell me and I won't do it.

I purchased Toast 7 Titanium for our iMac. I did the download from the Roxio website so I don't have an install disc. I have all of my paperwork, "keys", etc.

Now, I have a G4 iBook coming from the Refurbished store. Can I install Toast on that machine? If so, how would I do it?

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The legitimate way is purchase another license from Roxio for your new iBook. Maybe they have a cheap deal for a second if you've purchased one already.
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I thought as much. The iBook only has a Combo Drive so I don't need the DVD burning capabilities that Toast 7 comes with.

Is there a cheaper (or free!) CD burning app for my ibook that anyone could suggest?

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iTunes and disk utility which comes on your system. Also you can burn using the finder.

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I thought as much. The iBook only has a Combo Drive so I don't need the DVD burning capabilities that Toast 7 comes with.

Is there a cheaper (or free!) CD burning app for my ibook that anyone could suggest?

Thanks - Jeremy
What about iTunes, disk utility, or just creating "burn folders"? All of those are definitely free and are on your Mac right now.
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As others have said, iTunes will do music CD's, Disk Utility images and other stuff, and Burn Folders. If there is anything else you need to do, there is a fairly cheep program called Mac Burn. It does all the basics except DVD movies. It's $29.95.

Otherwise just use what is in OSX.
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