How to fix iPhoto library copy error code 36
iPhoto library is a very prominent feature in the Mac computer. It manages the entire photos stored in your Mac hard drive or the photo that you have on your emails with a very arranging manner. But sometimes when you try to copy some of the photos or a folder of the photos then you may get iPhoto library copy error code 36 on your computer screen. It is a very annoying situation that you cannot use the photos of the iPhoto library on any external hard drive without copying. You may get this error issue due to corruption in the hard drive or due to accidental photo deletion you may get this error problem. So you should fix this issue using some manual methods or you can also fix it through MacKeeper Tool automatically.
What are the reasons –
Many reasons are responsible for the prompting of iPhoto library copy error code 36 on your computer screen like deletion of the required photos from the hard disk, corruption in the hard drive, damaged cable, severe virus attack, Mac file system corruption, improper way of copying the photos to the external hard drive, header file corruption, etc.
How to fix iPhoto library copy error code 36 –
- First of all external hard disk should be compatible with the Mac computer.
- Replace the damaged cable.
- Run the disk utility tool to find out and repair the Mac file system corruption.
- Uninstall the iPhoto and reinstall the latest version.
- Check the hard drive that whether it is formatted or not.
These manual steps will help you to resolve the matter of iPhoto library copy error code 36 prompting. But if you are still getting the error code on your computer screen then you must download MacKeeper Tool to fix this issue automatically.
With the help of MacKeeper Tool you can resolve the entire error prompting automatically and completely. It will first scan the whole computer and then repair the corruption one by one without any manual input. It also enhances the performance of the Mac machine very much.