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iPhoto/photo library problem

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A month ago I got a message that iPhoto couldn't open my library. So after talking to the apple store I upgraded to Snow Leopard with the Box Set.
Now I get the message that I have a corupted or unreadable photo library and I need to reinstall it from a back up. I don't have a backup of my 100,00 images.
How can I get the computer to let me use iPhoto?
Thanks, I-wa
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