1 Reply Latest reply: Jun 20, 2013 10:58 AM by Terence Devlin
sueellen1954 Level 1 Level 1

When opening iphoto a message continually pops up. The message says that a photo has not been imported to iphoto library.

Do you want it imported yes or no. However each time I press either yes or no---nothing seems to ultimately happen,but an empty folder in pictures.

How can I get rid of this message?


MacBook
Solved by Terence Devlin on Jun 20, 2013 10:58 AM Solved
Go to your Pictures Folder and find the iPhoto Library there. Right (or Control-) Click on the icon and select 'Show Package Contents'. A finder window will open with the Library exposed.  Look there for a Folder called 'Import' or 'Importing'.  Drag it to the Desktop. *Make no other changes*.  Start iPhoto. Does that help?  If it does then look inside that folder on your desktop. Does it contain anything you want? If not you can trash the folder.
  • Terence Devlin Level 10 Level 10
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    Go to your Pictures Folder and find the iPhoto Library there. Right (or Control-) Click on the icon and select 'Show Package Contents'. A finder window will open with the Library exposed.

     

     

    Look there for a Folder called 'Import' or 'Importing'.

     

     

    Drag it to the Desktop. *Make no other changes*.

     

     

    Start iPhoto. Does that help?

     

     

    If it does then look inside that folder on your desktop. Does it contain anything you want? If not you can trash the folder.