I installed a new hard drive and Snow Leopard software. Then I restored from Time Machine. Now when I try to add a picture or series of pictures to Iphoto it says cannot import because there is not enough free space on the volume containing Iphoto Library.
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The problem is the pictures are about 180mb and there is 295+ gb on the drive.
IPhoto 11 is the latest version of Apple's popular photo manipulation and sharing app. With iPhoto 11 you can touch up photos, create slideshows, organize photos in albums, and share photos. Firstly, I'd like to say that I have nothing against iPhoto; it's a great application that works wonderfully in Mac OS X. Unfortunately, when you no longer have iPhoto on your MacBook—and you don't want to pay for it—looking for an alternative is a necessary endeavor. I could sit here and try to explain to you how I updated to Lion and then inexplicably dragged the iPhoto application into. Instead of filling shoeboxes full of pictures, consider organizing them with iPhoto on your MacBook. You can keep your entire collection of digital photographs and scanned images well-ordered and easily retrieved by using iPhoto’s Organize mode. Then you can display them in a slideshow, e-mail them, order prints online, print them to your printer, use them as desktop. Your MacBook will probably launch iPhoto automatically when your camera is detected, but you can always launch iPhoto manually by clicking its icon in the Dock (or or double-clicking it in your Applications folder). Type an event name for the imported photos, such as Birthday Party or Godzilla Ravages Tokyo.
Does anyone have an idea what is the problem and how to fix it?
Hopefully I won't have to wipe the drive and start again.
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How large is the new hard drive and how much free space does it have? To find out, click one the hard drive once and go under File to get info.