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My MacBook is 2 1/2 yrs old & have never had a problem.To say I'm not
at all good at solving problems is an under statement.

Last wk, iPhotos just stopped.I finally got a pop up saying the classic version is no longer supported.

Now what? Is there soft ware needing to be down loaded?  I'd appreciate any help you have to offer. PL
 

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I'm guessing that you need to install iLife '11. It includes an updated version of iPhoto. It was never a free update.

Are you near an Apple Store or do you have AppleCare? If you bought AppleCare when you bought your MacBook, it's an additional two years making a total of three.
 

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Thanks. I'm thinking it might be time for a new MacBook one of these days.Tried to talk myself into going with iPad,but think the MacBook works best for me. PL

Sandpiper said:
I'm guessing that you need to install iLife '11. It includes an updated version of iPhoto. It was never a free update.

Are you near an Apple Store or do you have AppleCare? If you bought AppleCare when you bought your MacBook, it's an additional two years making a total of three.
 
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