Download SD card on Late 2011 Macbook Pro with iPhoto 9.6

I am on a 13 inch late 2011 Macbook Pro running Yosemite 10.10.1, using iPhoto 9.6.   When I download photos straight from the SD card to iPhoto some of my photos come out like this.  They are good on the SD card and if I reload them 1-3 times they turn out okay.  I use an external hard drive, but I switched back to loading them on my hard drive to see if that would resolve the issue, they still loaded like below.  I have tried different SD cards, different cables (on external HD).  Any ideas?

  They are good on the SD card and if I reload them 1-3 times they turn out okay.
Are JPEGs also corrupted?
If  only some RAW files that are corrupted, and if the results are random, it looks more likely a hardware problem than a problem with the RAW support. I recommend to make an extra backup of your mac, just in case. And then test your drives and the memory. It might also be the USB port.

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