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Click Choose Library. Locate and select the iPhoto Library you moved in step 3. Delete the original iPhoto Library if necessary.
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MobileGo One-stop solution lets you manage your entire mobile lifestyle convenient. Back up to disc For smaller iPhoto libraries, it's roughly the same process to back up to disc. Then drag the icon toward the trash, which, when you start dragging the disc icon, morphs into a Burn Disc app. Give the disc a name and click Burn. If your iPhoto library is too large to fit on a disc, you could just burn parts of it.
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This is a good method for creating disc backups of, say, your flagged photos, recent events, or latest albums. For exported slideshows, use Finder to locate those in your Pictures folder and drag them to the DVD folder. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic.
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To reply, you need to leave the current Help page. Google Help. Send feedback on I just received my new HP Chromebook The bulk of my photos are stored on a Lacie external hard drive within an iPhoto library.
My previous laptop was a Mac. Any tips on how to do this?
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Community content may not be verified or up-to-date. If you just received a Chromebook I have a Samsung , you can't be a specialist already but at least you should have known that you can't install the normal Pciasa-software like you could do on your Mac or Windows. My next problem is that I have no idea about the organisation of your old iPhoto-library: if it are just a bunch of folders within a main folder, each containing normal jpeg-files, there is no problem.
But I am afraid it is typical Apple-rubbish: not readable by any normal software unless by iPhoto.