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The apps aren't part of the OS - so you will need to use the same Apple ID as you used to "redeem" them initially. If you feel you didn't redeem them, you could contact Apple support and ask for them to check if the included apps for that Mac have been claimed. If not, I would expect them to get you redemption codes to not have to pay for them if they should ...


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You cannot ever get them back if they're not in the purchases >-<


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iMovie only reads AVI that both the audio and the video were compressed by using a codec that iMovie can recognize. If your AVI video files are not imported, it's because of the codec used to create the AVI file is not supported by iMovie, even if you have Perian installed, which only allows you to play AVI in QuickTime. If you want to edit AVI in iMovie, ...


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I had a similar experience. iMovie came with my MacBook Pro when I bought it in 2011, but I could not update it in 2014. I contacted Apple Support, who checked the MacBook ID and restored the purchase.


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Go to App Store->Purchases and click the cloud icon next to iMovie (or any other app that you would wish to download) to download it again for free. If for any reason iMovie is not present in Purchases, then, unfortunately you will be required to buy it again.


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According to the App Store, iMovie would require 641 MB of storage to download on my iPhone 5S (it should be about the same for a 5C), so yes, you have more than enough storage available. I'd try restarting the iPhone, accomplished by holding the power button and home button down together until you see the Apple logo appear. It is completely safe, I do it to ...


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If you hold ALT/OPTION, the Appstore (on the purchases tab) gives you an option to cancel the download (assuming it is incomplete). Depending on the version of OS X you have additional steps may be required to remove the application support files (in /Library/Application Support/). Appcleaner can be used as well, it does a good job of finding the ...


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I could suggest AppCleaner for a solution. You will have two options: You can select "Applications" from the menu bar on the AppCleaner's window and scroll down until you find the desired application. You may select it(if it's locked/stock app, you may need to click twice faster in the checkbox). Going forward with the procedure by pressing the ...


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Error code = -50 would usually suggest a write error - whether permissions or an actual disk error I'm finding it hard to ascertain. I would start by checking & fixing Permissions & Verify & if necessary Repair Disk from Disk Utility.


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You can get the iMovie 8.0.6 from Apple website https://support.apple.com/kb/dl859?locale=en_US You can also buy it on Amazon, the "iLife 11" package that contains iMovie 09 version.



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