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Restoring iPhoto


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I have the latest Mac Lion and the latest iPhoto.
I had to do a restore and I want to upload my iPhoto library from my time machine EXACTLY the way it was before hand.

When I do a simple copy and paste it comes up with all the photos by events etc. are all out of sync and photo's are everywhere.

How do I copy my iPhoto library from my time machine to my current laptop properly?

thanks!


btw my mac osx is 10.7.2 and iPhoto is 9.2.1
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