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I had the same problem. Fixed it by following the path to Python/frameworks. The folder in Versions was named 2.7. I changed the folder name to 2.6 and iPhoto opened right up.


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You might need to isolate the problem further. Syncing with iTunes will rebuild the iTunes database files and potentially correct artwork problems. playing new content might show that the existing content is in some way corrupt. backing up the device and erasing all content and settings might be a more drastic step to get a clean song or two. If that ...


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It might be the case that your iPad run out of memory, that means the iPad have force quit a process, for example Safari. I recommend to reinstall iOS completely and if your iPad is jailbroken to remove the jailbreak and if you still get this error, reply to my answer. Best regards DP.



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