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Hey, something happened with my iDVD program and I lost all my original dvd menus. Does anyone out there know a way that I can get them back or simply just reinstall iDVD by itself without loosing anything I've been working on. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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You can just reinstall iDVD using the disks that came with your mac...
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Yea, but is there a way to re install just iDVD. Cuz it looks like I'd have to reinstall everything instead of just iDVD. Cuz my eMac didn't come with an iLife disc seperately, just a main reinstall OSX disc.
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Yea, just put in disc 1 of your restore and click on "install extra apps", then customize and unselect any apps that aren't the ones you want to install. Did this when I had to reload my iwork. You will need to backup your work first if it's saved in any idvd folders.
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thanks, I'll try that
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