I'm having a problem accessing my photo library through iPhoto that came out of nowhere. Here's the scenario...hopefully someone might be able to give some guidance. I have an older imac that was running OS X Leopard (10.5.8 I think). Out of the blue, my wife tells me that she can't open our photos anymore using iphoto. This is the same version of iphoto that came with the computer when I bought it back in 2008. When you go to open the program, it tells us that changes were made to the library using a new version of iphoto, so we need to upgrade to the new version of iphoto to access our library. So I upgrade from Leopard to Snow Leopard so I can download iphoto '11 from the mac app store, which worked fine. I then upgrade to iphoto '11, which worked fine as well. When I go to open the iphoto program, a window opens that says I need to upgrade my library to work with the new version of iphoto. When I click continue, the window that started this whole mess, the one that says I need to use the new version of iphoto, opens up and the only option I have is to quit. I have everything backed up on my time capsule, but restoring the iphoto library hasn't worked. Anyone have any idea what I'm supposed to do?