Thread: Os x 10.5.8
05-22-2012, 07:36 AM #1Os x 10.5.8
Hello there. Thanks for reading this. I am using the white Macbook and I have some problems with the Time Machine and iMovie. I have backed up my impt files on cd until I get the Time Machine working right. I am more concerned about getting imovie working again. Now that I think of it I dont have iPhoto anymore either. I think I need to download and reinstall iLife09??? That sound right? If so, what must I do before dl'ing iLife. what files should be in the trash or uninstalled? Where can I find the iLife09 download file? Apple store?
Any help is appreciated. Thanks again.
05-22-2012, 08:43 AM #2
05-22-2012, 01:20 PM #3
buy it???... lol & you mean I have to actually leave my house to get this iLife09? Negative -
It's not worth it to me. Thank you for replying
05-22-2012, 01:58 PM #4
So technically you may have to:
- put some clothes on
- open your front door
- bend over to pick up the box
- bring it inside.
So I would think this doesn't classify as leaving your house!
Actually to complete this process...you could probably skip the clothing part!
05-22-2012, 05:19 PM #5
put on clothes??? What the heck is this.. 1996. Oh ok I just read your last sentence. Well, since I'm impatient and want it NOW or i dont want it at all. I'll see if i can get something equal to imovie (thats what i really need or an editing program thats similar) What I really would like even more than iMovie is Final Cut Pro, but I believe I need a newer version of OS X. The I tried to download the final cut express that came out in 08. it takes you right to final cut pro download page everytime.
Ya know what.... I need a new laptop. The battery is swollen and needs to be taken apart so I can poke the darn package it lives in to let the gases out. This only happens with Mac batteries??? What is up with that. A new battery is like $130.00 ... maybe cheaper on ebay or something. But if my battery doesnt work right after I poke that hole, I'm gonna need a new laptop. not sure what the average lifespan of these white macbooks are... but this thing has issues. Hmmmm. decisions decisions
05-22-2012, 05:29 PM #6
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Swollen batteries can happen any laptop batteries. I remember SONY having issues a few years ago when they would rapidly swell and explode.
Depending on the model, OWC has replacement white Macbook batteries for $99.Blog and Photo Gallery: http://philolin.me/
Currently running OS X 10.10
05-22-2012, 05:55 PM #7
05-23-2012, 06:43 AM #8
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