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How do I overcome -50 error code working in iPhoto

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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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