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  1. #1

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    Default Iphoto won't show 'older' pics!

    Hi all

    I have an older iBook 10.4.11 with 800MHz PowerPC G3, 256 MB SDram & am using iPhoto 2.01

    Just got back from holidays & loaded up my pics to Iphoto & the new pics loaded OK, but my previous 2500 didn't!! They are still in their specific year/month folders & I can access them from the side menu bar when I open a folder in Finder, but not in Iphoto.

    Other weird things have happened recently, too - windows changing for no reason, wanting to print when not asked etc

    I have also noticed a faint 'pop' noise in the background every now & then.

    Have I been infected with some bug or other?? Hope you can help!

    Cheers

    Arpie
    iBook 800MHz PowerPC G3 256 MB SDRAM 10.4.11
    iMac 5,1 10.4.8 2ghz Intel Core 2 Duo 1gb 667 Mhz DDR2 Sdram

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    Not sure if it helps but I once had some wierd problem with scanned photos, I entered the date (1990s) on some but it assumed 2090 and I couldn't find them. Eventually sorted it out
    Brian

  3. #3

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    Thanks Brian - the dates should be correct, as I didn't alter anything when they were downloaded. Plus they were all there last week - been away for a week & they just don't want to load! I am not too worried as I know they are still in the folders, but may just move them to my external HD for safety!!

    Cheers

    Arpie
    iBook 800MHz PowerPC G3 256 MB SDRAM 10.4.11
    iMac 5,1 10.4.8 2ghz Intel Core 2 Duo 1gb 667 Mhz DDR2 Sdram

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