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I replaced my hard drive on black MacBook 3.1 late 2007 (MB063XX/A).
I installed Snow Leopard but iPhoto was not there.
Where can I get iPhoto for 10.6.8?
App store no longer supports this software.
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Apparently, iPhoto is not included in the standard OS install of Snow Leopard. Also keep in mind that the 'newest' version of iPhoto will likely not run on that older OS - I'm on Mountain Lion (my iPhoto version is 9.4.3), so hopefully others w/ experience using Snow Leopard & iPhoto will chime in to help - good luck! Dave
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Have a look here to find the version of iPhoto you are looking for...
Apple - Support - Downloads

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Thanks, McBie. IPhoto only went back to 9.4 Mountain Lion. Boy do I have an old machine. Unfortunately this is the machine I will have for a while.
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Have a look again, it goes down to versions 7.x and maybe even lower ....
Keep clicking " Load More Results " at the bottom of the page :-)

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Also do you not have the DVD's that came with your machine? If So iPhoto would be in optional installs folder.
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unfortunately disc's were lost in the divorce
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Well that's that then. To clarify: all the software that came on your machine was contained on those DVDs that came with it. The retail Snow Leopard disc only has -- well, Snow Leopard and the things it needs to run, nothing else.

You might try to find a retail copy of iLife 09 or 08 on FleaBay or Amazon, that's probably your best bet if you can't relocate those discs.
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I think it comes with the Mac OSX 10.6.8 Combo Updater. I am NOT 100% on that. I recently did a clean install. Although I had my original OS 10.6 disc, I ordered another 10.6 disc this past Summer thinking it would be the full blown version of 10.6.8. It wasn't. After the wipe and install, I ran the Combo Updater for OS 10.6 and after it was all said and done, I had a few more apps than what originally came on my mid 2010 Mini with OS 10.6................. i.e. iLife 09 with iWeb, iPhoto and maybe a couple more.
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You're referring to the Snow Leopard combo package sold by Apple. It not only included Snow Leopard but also the full iLife applications plus some other things that I don't remember off hand. You can still find that package sold on eBay.
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