Accidentally deleted or formatted a Volume on your Mac? How to get it back? Recover My Hard Drive Software restores deleted, lost, formatted, and corrupted Mac Volume data safely and securely. Download the demo version here, and preview the recovered files prior you purchase the software. Download now!!!
Data loss is becoming a major problem for many individuals around the globe. Technical deficiencies or human errors are resulting in the deletion of important files from the hard drive and flash memory drives. Mac, unlike Windows, is much safer to use – however, you might even come across data loss on Macintosh systems. With the progress in the IT industry, there are software’s that can recover lost data from data storage drives. Hence, you can use one of the best data recovery tool known as Recover Mac to recover hard drive data on Mac OS X based desktops or laptops.
Macintosh is the finest computer in the world for the purpose of entertainment. It has some stunning applications and beautiful graphical features, which makes working on MacBooks quiet interesting and pleasing. MacBooks, like other computer systems, stores data in different partitions on Mac hard drive. Although due to some common human errors, you might lose your precious files from hard drive partitions on Mac. In such scenarios, you can use data recovery tools to retrieve hard disk drive partition on Macintosh.
The most probable reason for data loss on a hard drive is the formatting of Mac volumes. Sometimes you might unknowingly format partitions or volumes resulting in deletion of files and folders on that partition. Data from the hard drive is also lost due to accidental deletion of one or more files. When you delete files on Mac, they are temporarily stored in Trash, but if you mistakenly emptied Trash, then files will get delete and can be recovered only by using file recovery tools. Other reasons for data loss on Mac hard drive may include journal corruption, crashed hard drive, bad sectors on hard disk, Apple Partition Map corruption, etc. With this application, you can easily rescue data from a dead hard drive on both Windows and Mac OS easily. For more information about this tool, visit https://www.recovermyharddrive.org/dead-data.html.
No matter which is the source of data loss from Macintosh hard drive, Recover Mac will provide full recovery of lost and deleted files by making a thorough scan of a hard drive. It facilitates to perform crashed hard drive data recovery better than any other file recovery tool available on the internet. You can even use it to undelete hard disk drive with bad sectors or to restore data from non-bootable hard disk. This software restores lost pictures, documents, games, video and audio files back on a hard drive in just a few minutes. You can take the assistance of this tool to retrieve data from WD hard drive after MFT corruption and it also supports data restoration from all popular brands of hard drive. Apart from this, sometimes you lose your partition after System Restore. You cant restore those partitions because you don't have the backup file. Then no need to worry, as it is possible to easily recover lost partitions after System Restore on Windows computer with ease. The free trial version of the software recovers data same as the licensed version and gives you an option to preview the recovered files and folders. In this manner, you can satisfy yourself regarding the recovery result and later purchase the software in order to save the recovered data to any of your desired storage locations.
Note: Moreover, with the help of this simple user interface you can retrieve data from the quick formatted hard drive of types like SATA, SCSI, IDE, etc supported by Seagate, Maxtor, Hitachi, Kingston, Transcend, etc.
Steps to recover data from Mac Hard Drive:
Step 1: On the main window, select "Recover Volumes/Drives" as shown in Figure A
Figure A: Main Window
Step 2: Select the Mac volume from where you need to recover lost files and folders and click "Next" as shown in Figure B
Figure B: Select Mac Volume
Step 3: The software will bring you a tree-like structure of recovered data as shown in Figure C
Figure C: Recovered Files and Folders