1 Reply Latest reply: Dec 30, 2012 11:38 AM by mende1
Sean Huxter Level 1 (0 points)

I have had this mac for years. It's one of the very first Macbook Pro models with Intel processor.


It originally came with OS X, and I have the install disk here. I upgraded to Snow Leopard when it came out.


Recently my disk failed and I had to Erase it and do a complete re-install. I assumed Garageband, and iMovie and a few other apps I used semi-regularly would be in the Optional Installs. I started from scratch, installed OS X and then installed Snow Leopard on top of it, installing the "Optional Installs" each time.


No copy of Garageband and these other useful apps appeared.


I can not download Garageband from the Apple site because each time I do it claims I need to have Garageband already installed. But since my complete reinstall did not install those, I'm stuck without these apps I once had.


How can I get these re-installed properly like they once were?


I just want my Macbook Pro back to where it was earlier this week before the disk failed.


Sean Huxter

MacBook Pro