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iPhoto albums disappeared


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All of my iPhoto (v. 5.0.4) albums suddenly disappeared. I had a couple of dozen albums that just don't show anymore. However, I can see the files with Finder (/pictures/iphoto library), so I don't think I actually lost anything.

Does anyone have any idea why this happened, or better, how to restore my albums without going through a laborious process?
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