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10.0.6a? Any word?


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10.0.6a is also on MacUpdate and it is a Roxio Toast update from Roxio.

Without any more info I suspect they just fixed something in the installer that had impacted some people. I don't see any posts in the forum about people having instal issues though.

 

See below comments from versiontracker.

 

What's new in this version:

Notes not found for difference between 10.0.6 and 10.0.6a:

http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/toast/ver..._history10.html

 

Not sure where versiontracker got the update. See comment below.

 

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10.0.6a is also on MacUpdate and it is a Roxio Toast update from Roxio.

Without any more info I suspect they just fixed something in the installer that had impacted some people. I don't see any posts in the forum about people having instal issues though.

Hmm,

 

I find it curious that an update is available from sites other than Roxio. Also curious is the fact that Roxio has not listed anything about an update from its' own site to its' ,users. Also curious that it appears to install w/o any change in the version number. So how is one to know which version one is actually running.

 

Seems like it would be most helpful to hear from Roxio about this.

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Hmm,

 

I find it curious that an update is available from sites other than Roxio. Also curious is the fact that Roxio has not listed anything about an update from its' own site to its' ,users. Also curious that it appears to install w/o any change in the version number. So how is one to know which version one is actually running.

 

Seems like it would be most helpful to hear from Roxio about this.

The applications within either of the 10.0.6 updates are identical so I don't think there is a functional difference after they are installed. Just a guess at this point, however.

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