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The fact that it shows "No File" would tend to indicate that the unit has been connected but there is no compatible file for it to play. Units like these usually only play MP3 or WMA files. Apple iPods usually store files in AAC format which the unit may not be able to play.
Get an Aux cable(about $10) and connect it to your Zune player and to Aux 1 on your Sound system. Make sure you change your function to Aux 1. Do not connect USB or anything else. That's working for me.
I have this same system and it looks like the USB playback is lacking this feature, of switching folders. A workaround is to use shuffle play to jump to one of the last songs in the first folder, then turn off shuffle and skip forward a few songs until you get into the next folder....and so on. Not very good, but for this price I was glad to have USB playback. Some generic MP3 players will work in the USB port, but they play exactly the same as a USB drive. SO no real solution for this.