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Old 01-11-2007, 09:00 PM
SBlumenthal SBlumenthal is offline
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I couldn't really identify where it says that, but I'll take your word for it. I don't really use that Flickr export feature anyway, so I just deleted it. But still have the problem of iPhoto crashing.

I think what I'm going to do now is wait about 3 or 4 weeks to see if any other weird glitches occur on my new internal drive. If they do, I'll have bigger worries than a crashing iPhoto. If not, I'll figure out a way to get iPhoto running again (re-install it or something)

Does that sound like a smart practice?

Also, now that I've copied the data from my external to my new internal, and renamed my external back to "Insider" I want to get it back on my daily backup routine again. Can I just continue using the settings from when it was backing up my old hard drive? (both my ext. and int. hard drive names are identical again to the way they were). Or should I do a new full back up for some reason, being that it is a different drive?
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