Currently Being ModeratedAug 7, 2012 1:02 PM (in response to Doorsunopened)
I'm having this same issue. It's driving me crazy!
Have you had any success working it out?
Currently Being ModeratedAug 7, 2012 1:23 PM (in response to Xposure)
I was able to get it. Apparently there was some old photo in my iPhoto library that was being mapped out to the server that it kept trying to connect to.
Which should have been relatively easy to detect, except the way that iPhoto is setup, there was no real way to find the source for each photo.
What I was able to do to was, under photos, CMD-A to select all photos and then try and move them to an album. It popped up with a notice saying that it wasn't able to find XXXXX.jpg and I had the option to cancel or find the photo. So I renamed another photo on my desktop to XXXXX.jpg, and when the error came up, I selected Find and then used the copy on my desktop to replace it.
After I did that, it let me add all of the photos to an album and I was able to launch the screensaver successfully.
A pretty big pain in the but that would have been easier to resolve if the UI of iPhoto was a little more detailed or customizable. But oh well it worked for me.
Hopefully this helps.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 7, 2012 3:45 PM (in response to Doorsunopened)
What a pain in the back side.
I had 100's of lost files (although they weren't really lost, just the extensions were wrong).
I've decided to remove my photo library and start rebuilding the lot from scratch.
Oh well. At least I know where the problem lies now.
Thanks very much for your help!