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Apr 5, 2010

Recently Aperture has a problem reading all the photos on my 4GB Sandisk memory cards (2 cards, same problem).

When importing pictures from Aperture (RAW) - it only reads about 10 pictures, displays the thumbnail and then stops reading from the card (when there is still hundreds more pictures to be imported).

What I have to do is import with iPhoto and then drag them into Aperture. This is a pain though. I happens on both my memory cards and is a recent thing. It used to work.

iPhoto reads the memory cards in the camera very quickly, but Aperture consistently fails on more than one memory card which leads me to exclude the cards as the point of failure.

Aperture 2.1.4
Canon 40D
Sandisk Extreme III 4GB

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