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On my MacBook Air I've been getting the following messages when I try to open iphoto. It tell me to upgrade and when I try it reads unable to open this library. I now can't get to any of my pictures.
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Please specify exactly what you've done to "upgrade" iPhoto.

In the meantime, try this: open iPhoto with the option and command keys held down, this will bring up a repair dialog. Do everything (this will take a while).

You might also try repairing permissions.

Did you transfer this library over from another machine?
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I tried to open it with command and option keys held down, got the same message. I haven't done anything to upgrade iphoto.
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