(Resolved) can’t transfer iPhoto library to external drive
Mac OS X is a very dynamic and reliable operating system in the world. You can learn more or more from this operating system. There is a very dynamic feature in the Mac computer i.e. iPhoto. With the help of this feature you can manage any of the stored photos in your computer. You may save much space from your hard drive. So you can transfer the entire photos or other related documents to this application. But sometimes it gets corrupted and you cannot be able to transfer the iPhoto library to the external hard drive and gives you “can’t transfer iPhoto library to external drive”. To resolve this issue you can use some manual process or you can also use MacKeeper tool to fix the issue automatically.
The most common symptom is the prompting of “can’t transfer iPhoto library to external drive error” on the computer screen and blocking the transfer process.
The main cause for the prompting of this error is the corruption in the iPhoto library or if the external hard drive is not working properly.
- First of all connect the external hard drive to the computer.
- Open the iPhoto and go to the home folder and open the picture folder.
- Find the iPhoto library package to select the photos.
- Go to the transfer option and move it to the external hard drive.
This way you will be able to fix the issue of “can’t transfer iPhoto library to external drive”. But if you cannot be able to do it then you must download and install MacKeeper tool to fix the issue automatically.
MacKeeper tool is the best tool that can resolve the entire error issue in the Mac computer automatically. With the help of this tool you can enhance the performance of many Mac applications efficiently.