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Changed the titles of my photo source folders and iPhoto can't find my pics now. How can i repair?

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Try holding down the option plus command (apple) key as you launch iphoto. It will then ask you if you want to rebuild your library. BUT backup any items on an extrenal drive or DVD before doing this

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