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Toast Install CD

Mar 14, 2007
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Marlton, NJ
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3.06 iMac i3|12GB|500GB
So I bought toast the other day and got the downloaded version.

I then used toast to burn the .dmg file & .zip file that I got in the download and wrote down my cd key.

Would that be all I need to install it if ever have to reinstall it someday?
Jul 23, 2004
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North NJ
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i dont have no mac's
it should be
the best way to do a safety check would be to try to install it into a different directory and then run it from there

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