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Recovering original software..


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I took some applications of my new Mac when I got it (iDVD and Garageband), but now I would like to have them back.. how would I go about getting ahold of them?

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They can be found on your original installations discs that came with your mac. I hope you still have them.
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You'll need the application Pacifist, though, to extract those apps ...
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Yep, I saved the disks and packaging. What is Pacifist?
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Yep, I saved the disks and packaging. What is Pacifist?
Pacifist


.......is the tool you need before you can extract those deleted apps, from your install dvd.
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What is Pacifist?
This thread discusses Pacifist and how to use it. How to use it begins with Post 11. The thread involves Safari, but the extraction method is the same for anything on the DVD.
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