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Hi Gang can anyone tell me wye my IPhoto freezes up and I have to force close it to get out?thanx Bob
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Hold option on starting iPhoto and choose repair. Let it do it's thing. Then try again

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Mrplow due I hold option and command? nothing happens with just option! Thanx
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Apologies, yes, it's Cmd & option

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hold down the command and option while you launch iPhoto or you can also Download iPhoto Library Manager and use the rebuild function
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Thanx to you both for the help will try. Bob
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