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I am running Snow Leopard & the imac came originally with Tiger & a drop in disc for Leopard.

IDVD will open but will not open create a new project & I can then only quit the application via force quit.

I spent a good hour on the tel with Apple Support where I cleaned the caches, deleted .plist files & repaired Disc Permissions plus several other tasks.. Still did not work.

Subsequently I have uninstalled iDVD by putting into trash & re installed the Applications from the original Tiger discs . Still does not work.

Can anybody help
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I don't know what your funky problem is. Sounds like you did several normal things to solve the issue.

I'd check to see if the Leopard disc was more than a standard retail disc. If so it might have a later version of iDVD on it you could install.

I'd also open up the Console.app in the Utilities folder, then try opening iDVD, then review the messages in the Console to see if there are any hints.

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