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iPhoto Issues After Migration to new iMac and Lion?
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Sosa
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Sep 6, 2011, 02:14 PM
 
I recently migrated from a Powerbook running 10.5.8 to a new iMac under 10.6 and a few days later Lion. Just about everything went smoothly except for iPhoto. I don't remember if it worked under 10.6 becuase I had it for such a short time but with Lion each time I open iPhoto it tells me it needs to reload my photos or something similar. My photos do all appear but iPhoto freezes when I try to delete and clear out the trash. I am able to load new pictures into iPhoto, but I can't seem to delete them.

Just wondering if anyone else has had strange behavior from iPhoto under Lion?
2011 iMac 2.7 i5, 16gb RAM, 1TB HD
Previous Macs: Apple IIc+, iMac 350 G3, iBook 700 G3, G4 Powerbooks 12" 1ghz & 15" 1.67ghz
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Sep 6, 2011, 05:59 PM
 
You should try rebuilding the photo library. Start iPhoto holding down command and option and try the options displayed there.

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