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I've re-installed Lion using the cmd-r/boot re-install option and now all iLife apps are missing, how do I get them back?

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Hi Folks,
after about 10 hours of usage, my new (and I mean new and expensive) MacBook Pro refused to boot. The support folks were good and as I hadn't yet created and files on the machine suggested I just did (as suggested by apple) a wipe and re-install as described in the subject line.
Now I have no iPhoto, no iDVD and a few other apps I don't really care about. What can I do to get them back.
please help, loseing the will to live here after trawling 2 hours of old posts
best regards,
Sam.

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Hi Twitty,
hmm, I knew I was missing something fairly obvious. I went into AppStore and the apps were there with an "accept" option rather than a price. I've started the download.
I've no idea if this means I'll be charged or not. I never got a screen with a price on it so hopefully not.
thanks for your quick response,
Sam.

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