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Here are some of your options:
Click on the Apple icon in the top left and choose software update.
Update iphoto to the latest version. Restart.
Let me know if this works or let me know if it was already at the latest version if this does not work:
These are your options:
1. Restore the iPhoto library from the most recent backup that predates the issue.
Advantages: Always works, if library damage is causing the problem and the backup is intact.
Disadvantages: Impossible if you don't have a backup. All changes made since the backup are lost.
2. Repair or rebuild the library. Be sure to back it up first.
Advantages: May solve the problem with no loss of data.
Disadvantages: May fail. May take a long time if the library is large.
3. Scavenge the library with a third-party application called "iPhoto Library Manager," which you can find in a web search. From the application's menu bar (not the iPhoto menu bar), select
Library ▹ Rebuild
Advantages: All images should be preserved.
Disadvantages: All books, calendars, and slideshows will be lost.
You can try these methods for fixes. If they do not work (it could be several things; we have to troubleshoot them)
we will go from there. Please update with the results if fixed, or more support is needed.
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If you have any issues with the above, please try this as it usually corrects most
issues with iphoto:
Try repairing permissions:
Click on the picture of a face all the way on the left-hand side of your dock.Click Go all the way at the Top and Choose UtilitiesOpen Disk UtilitySelect your startup disk on the left of the Disk Utility windowSelect First Aid from the tabsClick the "Repair Disk Permissions" button
Lets delete the preference file.
Click on the picture of a face all the way on the left-hand side of your dock. Click on Go at the very top and Choose Home
This will bring up your home folder. Go into a folder called Library and then another folder called Preferences. Move the file called com.apple.iphoto.plist to the trash.
Were you able to load iphoto successfully now?
Did you need another solution/troubleshooting?