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OS 10.4 - Did I receive iLife DVD or not?


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I know I sound very stupid but I have to ask this here.

I received macbook last week, and I received two DVDs with it. One is labeled OS X Install disc 1, and the other is labeled OS X Install disc 2. Is one of them the iLife DVD? I'm afraid I didn't receive iLife at all :biohazard
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iLife comes preloaded on your computer.
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iLife comes preloaded on your computer.
Yeah it does, but what if I need to reinstall the OS? I'll need iLife DVD then.
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No, the discs that you have are restore discs. When you reload from them, it will be the same system as you had out of the box, including iLife. IOW, it's on those discs already.


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No, the discs that you have are restore discs. When you reload from them, it will be the same system as you had out of the box, including iLife. IOW, it's on those discs already.
That sounds great! Thanks! I'm happy now :headphone
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Apple just makes things TOO easy, eh?
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