How to move iPhoto library to external hard drive
iPhoto library is one of the best features that is included in Mac computer. You can edit or manage the Photos or pictures saved in your Mac hard drive. But the problem comes to your computer when you use an external hard drive to move the entire files of iPhoto library. When you try to do it then sometimes it may create a problem and moving of the files gets disturbed. But to move iPhoto library to external hard drive it is very important that you are not using a corrupt or damaged external hard drive. You can use MacKeeper tool to help the computer to move iPhoto library files to external hard drive.
What are the hurdles in moving iPhoto library files –
Many reasons are there that prevents the moving or transferring process in your computer like; damaged external hard drive, damaged cable connection, virus infection, corrupt files that is transferring, if the location is not verified, corruption in the iPhoto applications, etc.
How to move iPhoto library to external hard drive –
To move the iPhoto library it is very essential to get a backup of the entire files by using the following manual method:
- Quite iPhoto application.
- Choose your home folder in the finder. It is usually named after you.
- Open the picture folder to locate the iPhoto library files.
- Drag the entire files to the external drive.
- Open iPhoto and check whether the process is completed or not.
With the help of this method you become able to move iPhoto library to external hard drive but sometimes due to the corruption in the external hard drive or cables this process doesn’t work properly. So in this situation you should use MacKeeper tool to fix the damaging in the drive and make you able to move the files.
MacKeeper tool is one of the best tools that are used in the Mac compute to fix the damaging and corruption. It also enhances the performance of the computer and speedup the startup of the system. With the help of this tool you can make your computer trouble free anytime.