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    Smile Mac OSX 10.5.8 - imovie
    Hi,

    Recently reinstalled software and with updates...no longer have imovie...how can I get it back?

    Thanks,

    K

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    Your Mac will have come with two discs. The OSX disc and the Applications disc which has all the iLife applications on it, including iMovie

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    Tried that but since reinstalling, I only seem to get imovieHD which is just for creating movie. I will try again and let you know....Thanks mrplow

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    That was the current version of iMovie when leopard came out.

    If you had a different version it must have been bought seperately

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