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Before you blame your MacBook, make sure another MAC can read your player. If it can, then it's a hardware compatibility issue. Would suggest you back-up your data on the MAC and upgrade the OSx to the latest version. If you have Leopard, please update to Snow Leopard at least. The update disk costs very little and is very easy to do by simply inserting the CD and following the instructions. You will need to reimport your programs and data using the Time Machine program on your MacBook. Max out the memory in your MacBook while you are upgrading it. Crucial.com provides most of the memory for most mfrs, you can use their site configuration to determine the best memory for you MacBook.
Hi! I think you should try this (i've already tried it and it works): 1- Unplug your Zen from your Computer. 2-Turn off your Zen (if you can't do it, press the "Reboot" button) 3- BEFORE turning on your Zen, press your "Play" button and hold it while you turn on. 4-When a format menu appears, select the "Format All" option (you'll loose all your Zen data). 5-When the format menu reapears, select the "Reboot" option and listo! You have your Zen as new and should not have problem. Good luck!
Hello, Kumara! I recommend you to use this photo recovery software (also recover music and video files); it can help you recover your lost pictures from your Mp3 player: Photo Recovery for Windows Users Photo Recovery for Mac Users
Remember not write any thing to the device until you have got your pictures back! Best wishes!