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am I able to install i-life from my came-with-the-computer tiger disk to Leopard?

i-life came with my computer, and i hear that ilife is built into the operating system disk that came with my computer.

however, leopard os store bought does not come with ilife.

whatever shall I do?!!
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iLife does not come with the retail version of the OS. It only comes with the recovery disks that come with the initial system. You can install the iLife package that came with your tiger recovery disks. I believe the software is under the additional software bundle.

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so i just merely pop in the recovery disk, look under addition software bundle, and there will be a pkg file that will install i-life?
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I think so.

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