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Accidentally deleted iMovie


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I accidentally deleted iMovie a while ago and have already cleared my trash. Is there some way for me to get it back?
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Pop in your restore disc and install it from the additional content. You might need to use a program called Pacifist.


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Thanks. This was much more simple than I had thought it would be.
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Do you use time machine? just go back in time inside the apps folder and restore from there!

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I hadn't begun using it yet, but I just now partitioned my HD to use part of it as a backup. I know it isn't the best backup, but I figured it was better than nothing. I just used the install disc that came with the Macbook, and now everything is as it should be. Thanks.
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