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    Oct 29, 2007
    iLife 08 after clean install of Leopard
    I did a search on installing iLife off OS X install disk 1, followed the instruction, but when I click on customized I see "Bundled Application" and have the option of checking or unchecking, and the folder does not expand to see what under Bundled Application. Of course, if I uncheck it, I cannot continue, I have to check it, then click continue and it wants to install everything (estimated time 1:47 minutes....). I just want iLife 08, which my imac had until I upgraded to Leopard with a clean install. I explored the disk, but I cannot see anything related to iLife. I just bought the mac about 3 weeks ago, the box even says iLife 08 included. Three disk came with the mac, Leopard, OS X Install Disc 1 ver 10.4.10 and Disc 2, ver 1.0. Any ideas what's going on here?


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    Sep 22, 2006
    2 iMacs 17+20" 2.16GHz 2GB RAM 500MB HDD 256MB Graphic card. 60Gig 5th gen iPod with Video
    If you only purchased your mac 3 weeks ago ...Contact Apple they'll help you
    Now with Leopard

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    Mar 18, 2007
    Blumenau, Brazil
    MacBook Pro 2,33GHz C2D 2GB RAM 256MB video + LCD Samsung 20" 206BW + Maxtor OneTouch III 500GB
    There's nothing to do with apple.

    You bought a mac. It comes with iLife as a bundled package.

    You got an extra DVD, which is the Leopard install. Just remember that iLife comes with your mac, not with OSX.

    After doing a clean install of Leopard, with the extra DVD you got, you won't have iLife.

    You have 2 options:

    1. Install the bundle software package from you Tiger install disk that came with you computer (and then, uninstall software you don't want)

    2. use a software like PACIFIST to extract the bundle software from the disk, and install only what you want.

    hope it helps
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    Dec 22, 2006
    Texas, where else?
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    And if you would like help doing what andrebnu tells you, contact Apple as kilted suggested, they'll help walk you through it.
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