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Paradoxeon
May 1, 2011, 09:56 AM
I've recently noticed- some iLife apps are not working. The biggest concern is iPhoto - I've opened up iPhoto '11 (iLife 11) but it says:
http://i51.tinypic.com/2zhlixz.png
However, and here's the catch - iDVD, iMovie, working. Just a couple apps are not working (I can't check every single one for compatibility). Is this a universal problem? How do I fix it? I have iLife '10 and '09 if that helps but I haven't checked if they work. Either way, I would like to use iLife '11 over either older versions... Thanks!



Maclver
May 1, 2011, 10:01 AM
What version of iPhoto you running..


Im on the latest version of Lion and running iPhone 9.1.1 and it works fine

maflynn
May 1, 2011, 10:15 AM
I've recently noticed- some iLife apps are not working. The biggest concern is iPhoto - I've opened up iPhoto '11 (iLife 11) but it says:

What version of iPhoto you running..
The OP stated iLife 11

mrapplegate
May 1, 2011, 11:05 AM
I've recently noticed- some iLife apps are not working. The biggest concern is iPhoto - I've opened up iPhoto '11 (iLife 11) but it says:
Image (http://i51.tinypic.com/2zhlixz.png)
However, and here's the catch - iDVD, iMovie, working. Just a couple apps are not working (I can't check every single one for compatibility). Is this a universal problem? How do I fix it? I have iLife '10 and '09 if that helps but I haven't checked if they work. Either way, I would like to use iLife '11 over either older versions... Thanks!
So I'm not seeing a problem here. Are you saying when you click software update nothing happens? What exactly is the problem?
I'm running 9.1.2 with no problems.

nimraynn
May 1, 2011, 11:34 AM
What exact version of iPhoto are you using?

I had the same error even on OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard when I installed iLife '11. It wouldn't run until I ran Software Update and downloaded the latest version of iPhoto...

I'm running iPhoto 9.1.2 on OS X 10.7 Lion with no issues. :)

Paradoxeon
May 1, 2011, 03:22 PM
Ok, I've checked the iPhoto version (version 9.0). So I decided, whatever, I'll update. However, my DOCK started to flash in and out (like when I killall Dock in Terminal) but automatically. It flashes every single second! I know it's the iLife apps because I uninstalled all of them in CleanMyMac app and did a reboot, and no dock flashing. But then, when I did a clean reinstall of my iLife '11, bam. Dock flashes. Right now I'm trying to ignore it, and am running Software Update - downloading updates right now. Here's my log in Console if it helps.

5/1/11 4:17:47.022 PM ReportCrash: Saved crash report for Dock[2307] version 1.8 (990) to /Users/Mac/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/Dock_2011-05-01-161747_My-iMac.crash
5/1/11 4:17:47.027 PM ReportCrash: Removing excessive log: /Users/Mac/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/Dock_2011-05-01-161333_My-iMac.crash
5/1/11 4:17:47.087 PM fseventsd: read_disk_log: error processing log file /.fseventsd/000000000022f938 (total_read 0, size 42)
5/1/11 4:17:49.686 PM mdworker: (Error) ImportPluginLoading: Couldn't load plugin '/Library/Spotlight/LogicPro.mdimporter/'
5/1/11 4:17:54.051 PM ReportCrash: Saved crash report for Dock[2309] version 1.8 (990) to /Users/Mac/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/Dock_2011-05-01-161754_My-iMac.crash
5/1/11 4:17:54.055 PM ReportCrash: Removing excessive log: /Users/Mac/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/Dock_2011-05-01-161340_My-iMac.crash
5/1/11 4:17:54.067 PM fseventsd: read_disk_log: error processing log file /.fseventsd/000000000022f938 (total_read 0, size 42)

Maclver
May 1, 2011, 04:27 PM
The OP stated iLife 11

I meant exact version... I know he is running 11

Paradoxeon
May 1, 2011, 04:56 PM
Ok, guys! Thanks for all your help but I finally fixed it by updating all iLife apps, and doing a reboot - ended the flashing dock problems and iPhoto works!

TheMacBookPro
May 1, 2011, 11:30 PM
The OP stated iLife 11

There were multiple iPhoto updates for the version in the iLife 11 suite.

It's similar to asking 'what version of OS X are you running'- even if OP already said Leopard it would be necessary to find out what specific version he's running (for example, 10.5.2).