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That's a handy solution if you happen to have the $700+ Photoshop CS5. Meanwhile in the real world, most people don't have that.

The problem here is either that the photos were transferred over improperly, or you're not using iPhoto. Like many other photo programs, iPhoto uses the EXIF information embedded in the digital photo to determine the date, not the file date. So the file date is simply not an issue.

You can check the EXIF data on your photos by opening them in iPhoto and get info on them there. If the EXIF data hasn't been damaged, you can see it there:

iPhoto_getinfo.jpg
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