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iPhoto '09 8.1.1 crashes

Oct 3, 2009
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Albuquerque, New Mexico
Well, I've submitted feedback to Apple. But I've got some things to say, and ask.

1) When you choose to reopen iPhoto at the Crash Report, does it still submit the report, or just forego it?

2) I had updated my iPod touch 2G to 3.1.3..which after the update, iPhoto opened, then crashed. I don't have the crash report available, though I assume there's a way to view them? Console?

3) No printers, or any digital camera gets connected to this Mac. My WD pocket drive gets used for Time Machine, but it was disconnected at the crash time.
-USB keyboard
-Microsoft USB mouse, wireless
-iPod touch
were the only things connected to the Mac.

And my Mac has 1 GB of RAM, and a 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, while Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.2 runs on it. So..does anybody have any input?

I sincerely apologize for posting this in Movies and Videos, and not in Imaging and Photography.

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