1 Reply Latest reply: Feb 20, 2014 9:07 PM by LarryHN
shoodabinacowboy Level 1 Level 1

By that I mean here's what I got:

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Both Libraries are the same path....


As in the title, I was/am running out of HDD drive space, I recently (and last time) had my last iPhone (IOS 7.*.*) iPhoto import go snafu (for first time between this MBP and 3 other iphones....ever), and I think I did something else like at the least a CHECKSUM or VERIFIED or REPAIRED permissions which seemed to make some other stuff squirlley.


Anyway, I have a mid-late 2010 (OCT) 7,1 MacBook Pro 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo running Mac OS X Version 10.7.5 with 8 GM 1067 MHz DDR3 RAM and a 250GB 2.5" startup disk


*******I have a 1TB SSD/HDD here waiting to replace my boot drive, with the adapter kit from OWC and all, but want to back up all my stuf and make it reduntant a few times first.  Problem is I have 1000 great photos since our snowfall here in the NE and don't to lose them and the ones of my daughter and baby daughter. 


Any help is much appreciated.


Best Regards,


MacBook Pro 2.4GHz Intel C2D, Mac OS X (10.6.7), iLife '11, iWork '09, msOffice 2011 (for now)
  • LarryHN Level 10 Level 10
    Photos for Mac

    Sorry but I do not even know what your question is


    as a side note you must always have a minimum of 10GB of free space on your hard drive and more is better


    If your photos are on your iphone then backup to iCloud in case of issues


    I you could post a simple question with only the revelant context it would be good