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you can obtain undelet software to do this but do not use the machine too much before attempting the procedure, too much use might lead to the areas where data was stored becoming written over. If the data was very important I would contact a data recovery specialist, one with a proven track record.
It is asking for confirmation that you want to initialize the unit. The manual doesn't say anything about this... but you should try pressing the "Yes" button to confirm you want to initiallize the unit or press no if you want to staart without initializing.
While this is Mac-related, the information regarding the reset button is helpful and seemingly little-known. This comes from a Korg rep, by the way:
Did you first manually eject the drive from the Mac before disconnecting it by either moving the drive into the trash or using the Eject option from the Finder menu? If you try to exit USB mode without ejecting the drive on the computer first and then disconnecting the cable, this can cause the unit to lock up. Additionally, you’ll notice there is a tiny hole below the volume controls on the side of the unit. You can use a paperclip to push in a button within this hole to manually reset the recorder however this is only recommended in extreme circumstances. Look forward to hearing from you.