Can you clarify how is it "locked"??
OK. Please go to the Apple logo at the upper left of your computer screen to About This Mac and give me this information: The exact system Version (listed right under Mac OS X) Processor Memory
Reboot into the Recovery HD by choosing the ‘Apple‘ menu > Restart, then hold down the ‘Command’ + R’ keys on the keyboard during the start up process. When you see the Apple Logo you can let go. When the machine boots you may have to choose your language then you will see the OS X Utilities screen. Select the Disk Utility and then select Continue. Then in Disk Utility select Macintosh HD in the left column (if there are two with that name or it is named something else choose the first indented item) and then Highlight your hard drive and on the right select the First Aid tab if it is not already selected, then click on Verify Disk on the far right. If that says “OK” in green type then select Repair Disk Permissions. If it is not ok let me know.Right clik on
Did you get to Recovery HD or did that just happen before you could do that?
1. Shut down the computer.
2. Plug in the power adapter to a power source, connecting it to the Mac if its not already connected.
3. On the built-in keyboard, press the (left side) Shift-Control-Option keys and the power button at the same time.
4. Release all the keys and the power button at the same time.
5. Press the power button to turn on the computer.
6. Press and hold the Command-Option-P-R keys before the gray screen appears.
7. Hold the keys down until the computer restarts.
8. Release the keys and then immediately try Command -R again
Are you sure you are choosing the first indented Macintosh HD? Not the very first item...
Yes the second item is the one to check
OK try it this way: Restart the computer and immediately hold the Shift key until you see the Apple Logo. This is called Safe Boot and it will attempt repairs. If you get to the login screen put in your user/pass then when it boots up, restart the normal way. Let me know what happens after.
Is iPhoto in your Applications folder? Right click on it in the Dock and go to Option / Show in Finder. Where is it located?
Ok open Disk Utility right from Applications / Utilities and try to Verify Disk then Repair Permissions.
Open Applications folder then Utilities folder then open Disk Utility and do the same thing we tried before
OK let me know
Verify Disk was ok in green type?
OK go to Applications right click on iPhoto.app and go to Get Info what is the version?
No. Go to Applications right click on iPhoto.app and go to Get Info what is the version?
OK then go to Apple Logo to App Store and select Updates install all that are needed including System update to 10.10.5
It should you will also have the new Photos app and that can also open your iPhoto Library
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