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I just purchased roxio toast titanium 11, and I think someone might have pulled the cd out and put in a bootleg, because the artwork on the cd is pretty bad. Anyways can someone please post a photo of the actual cd art/print. I want to compare the quality and look of the cd print. Also if possible please post a photo of the cd read side as well.

 

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I never had the Toast disc so I can't help there. But as far as what's on the disc you are better off downloading the Toast 11.0.4 package from Roxio's software updates page because it includes everything on the disc and is mostly up to date.

 

 

I will do that, but I'm just concerned that the cd key is either counterfeit or already used. I'm not so worried about what version I should use.

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I just purchased roxio toast titanium 11, and I think someone might have pulled the cd out and put in a bootleg, because the artwork on the cd is pretty bad. Anyways can someone please post a photo of the actual cd art/print. I want to compare the quality and look of the cd print. Also if possible please post a photo of the cd read side as well.

 

Thank you for any help!

I've just had a look at the artwork in the latest version (3.0.5) of Disc Cover 3 RE, and I'm not sure what you're getting at. The technical quality of the artwork is more-or-less what I'd expect, and I think the designs are ugly. Pretty much the standard for such programs that I've seen. In fact the artwork is much better than what's included in the CD label printer that came with my Canon printer, but that's really damning with faint praise.

 

I can't see why anyone making a bootleg copy would go to the trouble of making a bit-for-bit copy of the program (which wouldn't work otherwise), and not make a bit-for-bit copy of the artwork.

 

Is there any reason apart from the artwork in Disc Cover that make you think that you bought a bootleg?

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I've just had a look at the artwork in the latest version (3.0.5) of Disc Cover 3 RE, and I'm not sure what you're getting at. The technical quality of the artwork is more-or-less what I'd expect, and I think the designs are ugly. Pretty much the standard for such programs that I've seen. In fact the artwork is much better than what's included in the CD label printer that came with my Canon printer, but that's really damning with faint praise.

 

I can't see why anyone making a bootleg copy would go to the trouble of making a bit-for-bit copy of the program (which wouldn't work otherwise), and not make a bit-for-bit copy of the artwork.

 

Is there any reason apart from the artwork in Disc Cover that make you think that you bought a bootleg?

 

 

I'm trying to get it that if the disk was swapped out with a poorly printed disk (so bad that a fingernail will scrap off the ink) that they could have stolen the key, replaced it with a bootleg generated key, and included the install files, but altered them to include a virus.

 

Seems overly elaborate, but could simply could have been a worker wanting to make some extra cash with real disks rather than bootlegs (that this could be)...

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I'm trying to get it that if the disk was swapped out with a poorly printed disk (so bad that a fingernail will scrap off the ink) that they could have stolen the key, replaced it with a bootleg generated key, and included the install files, but altered them to include a virus.

 

Seems overly elaborate, but could simply could have been a worker wanting to make some extra cash with real disks rather than bootlegs (that this could be)...

I agree it seems suspicious that you don't have the original disc. Roxio block registration keys from working when they find it is being shared. If yours worked then it is unlikely others have used it.

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