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i Life 11 Missing photos/ Lost photos Error Corrupt files i Life/ i Photo 11 nightmare Permission Errors Sooooooo many people are in despair, struggling to recover their lost photos by the new i Photo 11 upgrade process.

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Repeat all again and this time choose “Validate Font”, and then remove the error one(s). Plugin: Right click on your “i Photo” application, then choose “Show Package contents”, double click the folder “contents”, then find in it the folder “plugin” and just drag it to your desktop.

(Put it back in the same place AFTER you have ran i Photo successfully.

I would have recommended that people would rather wait for the official fix from Apple, rather than attempt to make the problem much worse; But that would also mean waiting for Apple’s help (which might come or not: depending on how many customers are affected by this), and it would also mean waiting for an unknown long time while you don’t have access to your precious personal and professional photo collection. S.: This is the solution on how to upgrade i Photo 11 without losing any photos in the process.

The problem however, no matter how drastic, turns out quite easy to fix. For all of you, who already did, and lost your photos, you need to restore a backed up version of the i Photo Library from your Time Machine, or by any other means before proceeding, since you i Photo Library is already damaged and missing most of it’s content!

Some advises posted on the net were “around” this fact, by trying to run Disk Utility permission repair, boot in a safe mode, downgrade to i Photo 9 and rebuild…etc, etc; But all missed, and sometimes worsened, the main problem, except for the few who got lucky, and unfortunately following some of these advises might lead to more harm and to a truly damaged folders!

The simple solution is to grant, at least temporarily, i Photo 11 the ability to access and modify all folders as needed.

Here’s what you can do: As you can see, this is not necessarily a major file or disk corruption issue.

It is a pesky Snow Leopard bug that Apple will hopefully fix in the upcoming 10.6.3 update.

If you think that changing permission on the i Photo Library would solve it, you are mistaken.

You will need to go to each folder and to each file and change it.

These hidden files – which start with “._” followed by the original filename – contain extra information to go along with the main file’s data.

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