Currently Being ModeratedNov 16, 2012 6:07 PM (in response to bnalexusa)
iLife 11 is most certainly compatible with 10.6.3 according to Wikipedia.
I would highly doubt Apple would cut the disk from installing it with a Software update to 10.6.8.
So that would suggest the disk is bad, dirty (use a bit of rubbing alcohol and a clean cloth to polish) or defective.
Try using Pacifist from CharlesSoft to extract the programs.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 17, 2012 8:29 PM (in response to bnalexusa)
Thanks for responding, and the message that came up is,"the disk you inserted was not readable by this computer". The disk has been in a sleeve boxed up since I bought it, other than the one time I installed it on 10.4.7. It looks brand new. I haven't run utilities on it yet and I bet something will show up, I just remembered to run some diagnostics on it. I'll see what happens.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 4, 2012 7:38 AM (in response to bnalexusa)
I have to make an appointment and pay for support from apple to find out why my apple product doesn't work. Since I was forced to upgrade Tiger to lepord (so I could run applications and update anything) I'm begining to feel a little microsofted. Everytime I have an issue with my Mac I end up having to cough up some cash. Back in the good old days I never had to keep shelling out more money because I never had any issues. I'm guessing by the time I rack up a service bill I could just go buy a new Ilife box. Did Gates take over when Steve passed?