iPhoto won't display / edit images

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  1. booblanco

    booblanco Active Member

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    Has anyone tried running iPhoto since updating iTunes & QuickTime? Ever since updating, iPhoto's been unusable. Whenever I run it, I can still see all of my photos in thumbnail view, but upon selecting a thumbnail, I can't view the enlarged photo. Editing and full screen view don't work. Slideshows work, however.

    I've repaired permissions, deleted preferences, created a new user profile, backed up and rebuilt my iPhoto library, uninstalled and reinstalled iPhoto, and followed the workaround of the Apple knowledge base. Still the same.

    I use iPhoto v.6.0.4.

    Help!
     
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    Theus PhilMUG Addict Member

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    sorry can't help. but that's odd, mine's still okay (since updating iTunes & QT).
     
  3. PatrickGaerlan

    PatrickGaerlan Super Moderator
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    No problems with my iPhoto either after the iTunes and Quicktime update.
     
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    no problems in my end
     
  5. booblanco

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    It's nice to know that you guys are not experiencing any problems. Do you have some suggestions about fixing mine?
     
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    I think I have discovered the root of my problem: Front Row Enabler.

    Some users over at Andrew Escobar's site have reported the same iPhoto error. I have uninstalled Front Row - iPhoto still broken. I've reinstalled the 10.4.7 Combo Updater- iPhoto still broken.

    It's time to look for that Archive & Install thread now..
     
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    Theus PhilMUG Addict Member

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    tsk, that enabler (a hack) is known to wreak havoc (esp. on intel imacs). in my case, it corrupted "Security", "Display" & "KB & mouse" panes under "system preferences". i'm actually doing "A&I" tomorrow. so good luck to both of us! :)
     
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    No problems with my iphoto either. I updated front row using Pacifist.
     
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    Hi Booblanco,

    Have you tried reinstalling these two files from the combo update using pacifist:

    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/BezelServices.framework/
    Versions/A/BezelServices

    /System/Library/LoginPlugins/BezelServices.loginPlugin/
    Contents/MacOS/BezelServices

    maybe it will help.
     
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    Same here now problem what so ever
     
  11. booblanco

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    Thanks, md1122, but I've done that already to no avail. I'm on my 5th hour of reinstalling everything from scratch and I think I have two hours to go. iPhoto now works of course.
     

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