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  • Ian Wilson

    Have you looked in Finder at the location where these images are meant to be? Are they there?

    Ian

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  • Dave R

    If you have followed Ian's advice and had a look in Finder at the root directory (/) of the MacintoshHD which is where your screen shot indicates the pictures are located and they are indeed there then it could be that CO is having permission problems.  You could try moving them to a folder in your user directory and locating them using the Capture One locate function.  If this does not work due needing superuser permission to move files in the root directory and you are happy to use the Terminal then you could probably SUDO move the pictures to somewhere in your user directory and then again use capture ones locate function to find the pictures in their new location.

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  • peter burge

    Thank you Ian and Dave. As mentioned, I'm technically challenged, so please bare with me and see if we can't fix this issue once and for all....

    I will get back to you...

    Peter

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  • peter burge

    I will call in a friend who is, compared to myself, a computer expert. He has no affinity to photo software but there seems to be a logic across the board. To be honest Dave I sort of understand your instructions but there's the possibility of me going off the rails causing more harm than good. 

    Peter

     

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  • peter burge

    Warren, my computer help, may continue this feed - either way I will get back to you both

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  • peter burge

    I now note that all my CO catalogs, kept on an external HD, are locked.

     

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