Hi friends, last week I upgraded to Mac OS X Yosemite. But, the problem is that, since the upgrade iPhoto pictures not showing up in finder. I have no clue what to do? It have captured lots of priceless p pictures. Can anyone help me to resolve this issue??
There's nothing to worry about read this post briefly to rectify iPhoto pictures not showing up in finder problem effectively. Apple has finally released it next update for Mac OS X i.e Yosemite. It offers lots of security measures along with bug fixes and reliable performance. However, there are reports that iPhoto pictures not showing up in finder. Well, what basically happens is that the upgrade creates copy of your photos from iPhoto.app library into a new Photo.app library which means that the old iPhoto.app library's extension is changed to new one. That is why your old photos does not show up. However, if iPhoto pictures not showing up in finder or if you are receiving error messages regrading permission access then you can try various types of repairs by holding command+option while clicking iPhoto App. After that, launch photos App and try to migrate. Let me warn you, these steps requires technical knowledge and only done by experts. Any mistake and you will lose all your photo forever. Therefore, instead of mocking yourself take help of a trusted third party tool i.e Mac Data Recovery Software. This software will rebuild your library by exporting all photos and importing them to the newer one's. Mac Data Recovery Software is extremely superior to rectify iPhoto pictures not showing up in finder problem easily.