I'm selling my 2007 White MacBook.
In line with many suggestions I've seen online I've securely wiped the drive and done a re-install but have hit a problem.
The machine came with OS X 10.4 Tiger but I've since upgraded it to Leopard then Snow Leopard.
Ideally I'd like to give the new owner the new MacBook experience with the spinning Welcome text but I'd also like to stick them on the latest Snow Leopard. The problem is, when I do a fresh install of Snow Leopard the machine won't have the iLife applications (they are on the original Tiger install disks).
Is there a way I can get the iLife apps on there without needing to set up an account on the machine?
If not, what's the best thing to do? Setting up an account is something I'd rather not do (I know I'd be annoyed if I bought a second-hand MacBook and it already had an account on it). On the other hand installing Tiger and giving them the upgrade disks also seems a bit poor.
Any suggestions please?
Thanks in advance.
All the answers below were very informative, clearly explained and probably equally effective. I chose the one that best suited my circumstances but hopefully they will all be of use to future readers of this question. Thanks to all who contributed.