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I cannot open iPhoto on my MacBook, missing python framework. Will allow remote access using TeamViewer for help.


It looks like your version of iPhoto may not be compatible with OSX 10.9.5.

Can you check which version of iPhoto you have installed... go to Applications, select the iPhoto icon, press the "command" and "i" key at the same time, and see what it says under 'version'...

I would suggest launching the App Store application and checking for any updates, especially anything to do with iPhoto.

If you've updated iPhoto but the library is an older version, then this may help:
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6469058

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Hi Buck,
Sorry for taking so long to get an answer to you..
I'm sure you have figured it our by now...
Error -50 is a nasty error..
(opwrerr file already open with write permission)
You would probably have had to open the iPhoto daabase and take out all your original files .. delete your iPhoto Database then re-import them all into a new iPhoto Database... then rebuild all your events and albums...

You should of course try to repair permissions and update all your system and apps first...

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You could try iphoto library manager available from http://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/ you can try before you buy and it may repair the iphoto library. Hope this helps.

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Download and install Iphoto ..>

Click here to download iPhoto 8.1
Double-click the .DMG file to open it up. Another new icon with a name similar to the .DMG file will appear on your desktop

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My iphoto icon on deck has a ciricle with a line though it which means no. I can not open iphoto. it states it could be damaged .


Hi there, there is a easy fix to this problem. What you are first wanting to do is to make a backup of your iPhoto library. The default place is User(Your Home Folder) / Pictures/ iPhoto Library. What you are going to want to do is right click the iPhoto library and select duplicate. Then just click and drag that new iPhoto library you just made to the desktop. Now what you want to do is to install iLife again. Just insert the iLife disk and follow the on screen instructions. Once that is done you should be able to open iPhoto again. If for some reason when you open iPhoto and your photos are not there, then close iPhoto and you want to place the new iPhoto Library that we put on the desktop into U ser(Your Home Folder) / Pictures/ Now drop the iPhoto Library and make sure that it is called iPhoto Library and not iPhoto Library Duplicate, if that is the case then right click the file name and click get info, then just rename it iPhoto Library. Now you are done, open iPhoto and you should have all your photos again.
If for some reason this still does not work, then once again close iPhoto, this time we are going to open it agin but while we open it we are going to hold the option key down too. A menu should pop-up asking you what library you would like to use, all you want to do is select the one that says is located in User(Your Home Folder) / Pictures/ iPhoto Library.

I hope this helps you, Justin

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My iphoto got problem in opening. i cant open it. the " iphoto just quit unexpectedly" window kept popping out whenever i tried clicking Reopen.


You could try the application iphoto library manager which can be found at http://www.fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/ this can allow you to rebuild corrupted iphoto libraries. I am not sure if the free version has this facility but the full version costs about $20 and is well worth it to keep your iphoto up to scratch. Hope this helps.

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First of all when iphoto opens go to preferences under the iphoto drop down menu at the bottom of the menu screen will be the connecting camera opens and it will currently be "iphoto" change this to "no application". Then if you go to this webpage it will tell you how to use the flipshare application http://www.totalapps.net/apps/flip-video/ Hope this helps.

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Looks like you may need to use a specific application to see the photos on the camera.
Try using Image Capture and iPhoto (for me it worked in Image Capture after changing the iPhoto preferences to always open Image Capture when camera connected - go figure).

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If your computer has a SD card reader, you might be better off putting your memory card into your computer and just copying the data.

Have you made sure your iPhoto is up to date? Perhaps a new update caused this problem.. Maybe you should try an older version of the software. Also, you might want to try other software. (I think you are on a mac?), you might want to try the software that came with the camera, if it works on your computer.

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opened iphoto and it gives "no items to import" ? if true try this. when iPhoto is open and your phone is connected, open the albumn of pictures you've taken with your iphone on your iphone. iPhoto should immediately recognize the new pictures you had taken and should indicate "x items to import." x being number of photos. An alternative to this can be If you individually delete the previously imported iPhone Camera Roll pictures using the trash can on the bottom right (touching the screen brings it up), iPhoto will then see the new iPhone pictures for importing. I believe this can be done without opening at the time of sync the iPhone Camera Roll picture album as you suggested. Give these a try and let me know.

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