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My iphoto has gone beserk. The little colored pinwheel goes round and round and I can do anything at all. I eventually have to forse quit or shut down to get out.

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Take out the com.apple.iPhoto.plist out of the preferences folder and put it in the trash once iPhoto restarts the file will be recerated. You can find the file here

Macintosh HD/ Users/(your user name)/ Library/ Preferences/ com.apple.iPhoto.plist

Once you have taken out the file before starting iPhoto go to software update under the apple menu to ensure your machine is up to date. Hope this helps.

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