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I need help opening iphoto

When trying to open I just get a circle of little lines going around and around

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Make sure you have the latest updates.
Click the Mac App Store on your Dock and make sure everything is updated.
If everything is current, open iPhoto while holding down both the Command and Option keys. It should then ask permission to rebuild.
If that does not work, make another post with what you have tried and someone will help.

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