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    ICal recovery
    I deleted it from my Mac XO 10.6.8 because it kept shutting down. How do I recover? I don't have the software.

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    You can extract iCal from your Snow Leopard disk (10.6.8) by using a utility called "Pacifist" which you can download from here.

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    Hi Thanks for your reply. I didn't think I'd get one. Sorry for my ignorance can you walk me through a bit? I took a screen shot. I already downloaded Pacifist.

    Thanks!
    Carla
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    Where's your Snow Leopard disk? Without it, Pacifist is not going to do you any good. In other words, you need your OS X install disk in order to extract iCal. Your Mac either came with Snow Leopard installed or maybe Leopard. Both of those install disk sets contain iCal.

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    You may even have a copy you could reinstall depending on what OS X install disks you have available:

    See: Reinstalling OS X applications | Macworld

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    Guys!
    Quote Originally Posted by Carla Cappalli View Post
    I don't have the software.
    I take that to mean she does not have any discs.

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    Unhappy Correct! I don't have the diks!
    That is correct I don't have any disks. My iMac was a hand me down from my nephew. I guess I'm Scr•wed.

    Carla

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    Thanks for noting this!
    Quote Originally Posted by toMACsh View Post
    Guys!

    I take that to mean she does not have any discs.
    This is correct! Anything I can do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carla Cappalli View Post
    That is correct I don't have any disks. My iMac was a hand me down from my nephew. I guess I'm Scr•wed.

    Carla

    Call Apple Customer Support and you can purchase an install disk of 10.6.x for about $20.00 if they won't ship one free - doubtful.

    Or just purchase it online:
    Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard - Apple Store (U.S.)
    Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard - Apple Store (Canada)
    etc. depending on where you live.

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    Thanks! Will do!

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