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lost iPhoto on my MacbookPro osx 10.9.2--icon gone from the dock Thank god my photos were in iCloud -- i would love to have iPhoto back as it came with my computer and do not want to pay for a new one. Just really questioning where it went--in finder i double click iPhoto -- all that is in it is Ackowledgements 36kb. Please help

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Open Finder and look in Applications for iPhoto. Double click or drag it back to the dock.
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There is no iPhoto in Applications-- or anywhere. i have looked everywhere. even in spotlight-- nothing.
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Which version of OS X originally came with your Mac? If it was Snow Leopard or earlier, you should have disks. Usually the second disk in the set has the applications on it. If your Mac came pre-installed with Lion, Mountain Lion, or Mavericks, there will be no disk included. Therefore, if you have really somehow lost iPhoto or it was deleted, you'll have to download it again from Apple. Or, you can download the free Picasa app from Google.
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Thanks-- chscag-- for your help--i was able to reinstall iPhoto from my original snow leopard application disc!!!! i am so relieved and again thanks to you!!
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