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macbook Imovie gone

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so I had to get my macbook fixed and when i got it back they updated my mac to the latest operating system but when i went to check it out and start on making a video i found out my ilife is completly. I cant seem to figure out how to put it back on. I dont have a disk to put it back on. and I tried downloading one from the mac site..for free and it said i didn't have the right operating system but the computer guy said that It was the latest. I need my imovie for my job.
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