Macbook is well known for its grater efficiency and usability. It is a highly advanced device which allows you easy access as well as storage of all types of files and data in the Macbook. Macbook error code 1309 is a very common Macbook error which occurs due to some file system problems in the target drive or destination. This annoying error indicates some sort of incompatibility among the devices instead of any type of hardware or device failure. It will not allow you to copy large audio or video files having a size greater than 1 GB to external drive as whenever you will try to do this; it will give an error message which states that:
"Sorry, the operation could not be completed because an unexpected error occurred (error code-1309)."
Some common reasons responsible for this error are:
A file which is quite large for the file system.
Files which are having punctuation marks in their name making the file name loaded with punctuations.
Damaged preferences or corrupt Mac OS X font file
Malfunctioning operating system or invalid hard drive data structure
Invalid third-party items and incompatible login items
So in order to get rid off this problem, you should put the hard drive in a compatible format for storing all types of files which are causing the error. In case the drive is connected through ethernet, the second reason is much more responsible for this error. Since it is not possible to reformat the drive, it is really necessary to change the filename to a compatible form.
Alternatively you can fix Macbook error code 1309 by formatting the Macbook drive and restoring all your crucial data with the help of an updated backup. But, in the absence of an updated backup, you can take the help of an advanced third-party Macbook data recovery tool. This tool is based on highly advanced scanning techniques and algorithms which scans your Macbook for any type of corruption in it. There is no need of any technical skill for operating this tool.
Processor: Intel Power PC (G4 or later)
Operating System: OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard, 10.4 Tiger, and 10.3.9 Panther
Memory: 256 MB
Hard Disk: 40Mb