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  • tri Level 1 (0 points)

    Just crashed again, and it gave me another crash report...  ugh.  Thanks for the tip Leonie.  I'll update the OS this weekend, then do the suggestions Terence suggested.  Hopefully that will fix it.  It's driving me nuts... 





    Process:         iPhoto [1251]

    Path:            /Applications/


    Version:         9.4.2 (9.4.2)

    Build Info:      iPhotoProject-710042000000000~2

    App Item ID:     408981381

    App External ID: 11723545

    Code Type:       X86 (Native)

    Parent Process:  launchd [143]

    User ID:         501



    Date/Time:       2013-03-14 22:32:39.076 -0700

    OS Version:      Mac OS X 10.8.2 (12C60)

    Report Version:  10



    Interval Since Last Report:          9105 sec

    Crashes Since Last Report:           2

    Per-App Interval Since Last Report:  7008 sec

    Per-App Crashes Since Last Report:   2

    Anonymous UUID:                      DB114BF7-8411-6172-08FC-CF6B1A64727C



    Crashed Thread:  6



    Exception Type:  EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)

    Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x00000000ffffffff



    VM Regions Near 0xffffffff:

    --> shared memory          00000000ffffc000-00000000ffffd000 [    4K] r-x/r-x SM=SHM 




    Application Specific Information:

    Performing @selector(cropModuleAction) from sender IPKModuleView 0x821068a0



    Thread 0:: Dispatch queue:

    0   libsystem_kernel.dylib                  0x9887d7d2 mach_msg_trap + 10

    1   libsystem_kernel.dylib                  0x9887ccb0 mach_msg + 68

    2                     0x02076f63 -[XTRunLoopThread waitForSynchReply:] + 110

    3                     0x0206610d -[XTThread sendLocalMessageSynch:destThread:] + 189

    4                         0x0111226c -[DGRenderFactory cache:cacheStore:onFulfillRequest:intoPageRef:] + 613

    5                     0x0208204a -[XTCacheFactory cache:cacheStore:fulfillRequest:intoPageRef:] + 1128

  • léonie Level 10 (85,225 points)

    then do the suggestions Terence suggested.  Hopefully that will fix it.

    Yes, that trouble shooting step is very important. A "EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)" error can mean anything -

    • it may be a data error and your library can still contain an image file or video that causes this and needs to be removed,
    • your account may have start up items, plug-ins, preferences activated that are causing incompatible software to run (video codecs, fonts, drivers, kernel extensions)
    • there may be missing or corrupted parts of iPhoto or the system.


    • To check if it is the library, create a new, empty one in your account. If it works, you'll know your main iPhoto library has problems.
    • To check if it is a problem with your account, follow TD's suggestion as described.
    • If these tests pass, you'll know it is a systemwide problem and you need to reinstall.




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