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iPhoto slideshow crash

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Hi, I'm having a problem in that I'm creating a slideshow in iPhoto '08, linked to a couple of songs from my external HD. What's happening is that the slideshow is crashing at a certain point for some reason. Anyone have any idea why this would happen?

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