|Nov 30, 2012, 02:14 AM||#1|
iPhoto constantly accessing HDD even when idle
I just got my iPhoto library setup on a LaCie 6TB Thunderbolt drive. The photos have indexed themselves and scanned for Faces. For some reason when I am running iPhoto, it is using 25% CPU and is constantly accessing the HDD when I am not performing any actions in iPhoto. I have left it like this for a couple of hours thinking maybe it was just doing some sort of indexing however, it still does it every time I launch the app. I can't figure out what it is doing. Any ideas?
27" iMac, 3.4GHz i7, 32GB RAM, 680MX 2GB, 768GB SSD (Late 2012) | ATV 3 | iPad 3 64GB | iPhone 5C 32GB T-Mobile
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