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Something is very strange here. This should be impossible, as the date information is stored in every image file and PSA SE would have no reason to mess with them all.
Exactly what steps did you go through when you upgraded from 2 to 3?
It would be interesting to look inside one of the image files to see what dates are there. If you are unable to do this, you are welcome to email me one to investigate.
When updating I just followed the prompts. I did not choose to cusom install anything. I let the software do all the work.
A large number of my photos are not in the "Adobe" file and must be reconnected as well. I was hoping that once reconnected the date would return, but, sadly, I was mistaken. As I had mentioned when I first installed 2.0 I had to change the dates and times of all my pre - existing photos. They had also defaulted to January 1, 2003. Now I'm back to square one with them all.
> when I first installed 2.0 I had to change the dates and times of all my pre - existing photos
These were pictures that had been shot on a digital camera?
It sounds like you have some kind of systematic problem.
Are you images all accessible to be written? [i.e. they're not marked read-only or anything?]