IPhoto on the external hard drive will not launch despite the force quit and relaunch several times. Can someone help me?

I have a MacBook from 2008. 4 years ago I moved my iPhoto on an external hard drive. I have thousands if photos on it. IPhoto on the external hard drive will not launch despite the force quit and relaunch several times. Can someone help me?

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I moved my iPhoto on an external hard drive.

Did you move the iPhoto library for the external hard drive or the iPhoto application, or both?

How is formatted the external hard drive? Is the file system on the drive Mac OS extended (journaled) or other system files?  Is the drive directly connected by USB or similar, or is it a SIN?

IPhoto on the external hard drive will not launch despite the force quit and relaunch several times.

I don't understand - if you force quit smoking, launches the application, or you can not force it quit?

IPhoto is suspended without doing anything, when you launch?

What version of iPhoto does? And what version of Mac OS X?

Tags: iLife

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