iPhoto reclaimable after a harddrive death?

Posted on 2012-08-27
Last Modified: 2012-08-31
My Macbook HD crashed and on it was iPhoto. - mostly used for getting photo's from my iPhone

If I've already purchased it, can I ask for a new install?

Is it re-claimable?
Question by:beavoid
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    After reinstallation of Mac OS X, start (up) from OS X.
    1. Double-click the App Store icon in the dock.
    2. Enter your Apple ID and password.
    3. Click Purchases.
    4. You can reinstall them from here.

    If you've purchases an App from the App store you can always reinstall it after you've reformated your Mac.

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