3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 25, 2012 12:59 AM by DVX100Shooter
DVX100Shooter Level 3 (845 points)

Currently I have been using Aperture 3 with my MBP. My library is on an external drive. When I bought my iMac, I hooked up my drive to that machine and then opened Aperture and I got a message that popped up saying something like my library was 32bit and the iMac is 64bit and I would have to convert my entire library over to be able to use AP3 on my iMac. Does this sound right. I remember it was something along those lines and I ended up not converting all my files and still use my MBP instead.


iMac, iOS 5.0.1
  • SierraDragon Level 4 (2,695 points)

    How is your workflow set up? How are you moving the Aperture Library around? What OS X and what Aperture versions?

     

    After backup to an independent drive (stuff happens...) make sure all apps and the OS are current. Also read this regarding

    Switching Kernels:

     

    http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4287

     

     

    HTH

     

    -Allen

  • Frank Caggiano Level 7 (25,722 points)

    How did you install Aperture on the iMac? Post a screen shot of the alert window you are getting when you try to access the library.

  • DVX100Shooter Level 3 (845 points)

    Perhaps my issue lies between the OSX maybe. I am using Leopard on my MBP and my iMac has Snowleopard. Lion was just coming out when I got my machine but wasn't installed on it and frankly I forgot to even install it after the fact. I will try to re-create the error screen and provide a screen shot as well. As for everything else, it's all up to date and I am using the latest version of Aperture 3 as well.