Recover Mac OS X

  • Specialized Mac OS X Recovery software designed to restore accidentally deleted or lost images, documents, videos, songs etc. from Mac hard drives.
  • Retrieve lost or deleted data from different storage devices like USB drives, memory cards, iPods, external hard drives etc. on Mac OS
  • Lost data from accidentally formatted or reformatted HFS+, HFSX, FAT16 and FAT32 volumes can be recovered in short span of time
  • Easily perform lost file recovery on Mac OS X 10.5.x and above versions with utmost ease

Requirements:Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard), Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion), Mac OS X 10.7 (Mountain Lion), and Mavericks

Have you accidentally deleted data or formatted Mac volumes?

There is nothing to be worried about as the data can be recovered. You need to stay calm and make sure you follow some guidelines. Mac OS X Recovery software is the right solution for the above mentioned problems. It can restore both accidentally deleted and lost data from Mac hard drives. In addition to this, it can recover files from dual boot MacBook Pro after Boot Camp Error.

Scenarios which might have resulted in data loss on Mac OS X

  • Accidental Deletion of Files:
  1. Deletion of files using Command+Delete keys or using the Context Menu

    You might have accidentally deleted files from internal hard drive or external storage devices like memory cards, USB drives etc.

    Deletion of files from internal hard drives: If you have accidentally deleted files from Mac hard drive using Command+Delete keys or using the context menu then they would have moved to Trash. When you delete the files or folder using Command+Delete keys or using Context menu from the Mac hard drive, they are not actually erased from your hard drive instead they are moved to the Trash. You can restore files by simply dragging and dropping those deleted files outside of the Trash.

    Deletion of files from external storage devices such as flash USB drives, memory cards etc.: If you have deleted files from external storage devices like memory cards or USB drives using Command+Delete keys or Context Menu then they are not moved to the Trash instead they bypass the Trash. You cannot restore accidentally deleted files from external storage devices on Mac. In order to restore such files, you need relevant data recovery software.

  2. Accidental deletion of files by clicking on "Empty Trash" option

    Every file that has been deleted from hard drive gets stored in the Trash. When you click on "Empty Trash" option, they are permanently removed from Trash and free up the additional storage space on your hard drive. Therefore, accidental deletion of files by clicking on "Empty Trash" option results in loss of data. In such scenarios you can restore delted files from Trash on Mac OS X Lion, Snow Leopard and Leopard.

  • Unintentional Formatting of the Mac Hard Drive:

You might have accidentally formatted the wrong volume especially while re-installing or installing another Operating System on the same drive resulting in data loss. When you format the volume, all files are erased and then the new file system is assigned in order to store new files.

  • Journal File Corruption

Journalling is the most important feature supported by Mac Operating System, which allows you to restore data even after accidental system shutdown or power failure problems. But, sometimes journalled meta data and unjournalled file data overlap with each other and fall out of synchronization resulting in corruption of entire file system. If the journal file gets corrupted due to some reasons then the data becomes inaccessible resulting in data loss.

  • Apple Partition Map Corruption

Apple Partition Map is one of the partition Map scheme used by pre-Intel Macs. It describes the information like how many volumes the drive has, where they are located, how volumes are stored on a disk etc. If the Apple Partition Map gets corrupted due to any logical issue then all the volumes on your drive may become inaccessible resulting in data loss. Thus you need to use reliable recovery tool which can easily perform Mac OS X Recovery from hard drive after Apple Partition Map corruption on Mac OSX Snow Leopard.

  • Volume Header Corruption

A volume header is like a file header, which describes its structure and contents. When the volume header gets corrupted due to abrupt system shutdown or any other power failure problems then the volume becomes unrecognizable and inaccessible by the Operating System resulting in loss of data. Therefore, you need to use best application which efficiently recover HFSX volume files after Volume header corruption on OS X Lion.

Re-installing of Snow Leopard when the system is severely affected due to virus infection, malware or due to upgrade of Mac OS, the files might not be accessible. There are various other reasons to re-install the system, but if the re-installation is not performed properly then it might lead to loss of huge data. Thus, inorder to recover files after reinstalling OS X Snow Leopard, you will have to use Mac OS X Recovery software.

Precautions to be taken before starting Mac OS X Recovery process

  • Do not use the drive: Avoid saving any new data on the drive from where you have accidentally deleted or lost the data to avoid permanent data loss. This is mainly in order to avoid overwriting of data.
  • Do not install recovery software on corrupted drive: If you install recovery software on the affected drive then it may overwrite the deleted or lost files, which are still present on the drive resulting in permanent data loss.
  • Do not save recovered data on the same drive: After recovering data, do not save it on the same drive from where you lost the data. You can use external storage devices to store recovered data.

A quick look at the features of Mac OS X Recovery software

  • Easy and quick recovery of accidentally deleted files from hard drives, memory cards, USB drives, iPods etc.
  • Uses powerful scanning algorithms that performs thorough scanning in order to search and retrieve lost data from missing, deleted or inaccessible Mac volumes.
  • Mac OS X Recovery can competently restore data after Gray Screen Error on Mac OS X Lion
  • It allows you to arrange recovered data on the basis of file name, file size, file extension, file creation date etc.
  • Provides the feature to view the recovered data after completion of Mac OS X recovery.
  • Mac OS X Recovery facilitates user to rescue photos on Mac computer. For further information on this, follow the given link:

Requirements:Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard), Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion), Mac OS X 10.7 (Mountain Lion), and Mavericks

Recent Updates:

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3 simple steps of Mac OS X Recovery:

Step 1: Download and install free demo version of Mac OS X Recovery software. Once you launch the software, select either "Recover Files""Recover Photos"or "Recover Volumes/Drives" option according to the scenario.

Mac OS X Recovery - Main Screen

Figure 1 : Welcome Screen

Step 2: After selecting any one of the options, select hard drive or any other storage device like memory card, USB drive etc. from where you lost or deleted the data.

Recover Data from Mac OS X - Select Mac Volume

Figure 2 : Select Volume

Step 3: Once you select the hard drive, the software starts the recovery process. After completing the data recovery process, you can view recovered data in Mac finder styled interface.

Mac OS X File Recovery - View Recovered Data

Figure 3 : Recovered Files

How to avoid data loss in future?

Take regular backup of your important data. Enable Time Machine on your hard drive that performs automatic and incremental backups of your files stored on Mac hard drive. Use UPS to avoid data loss due to power fluctuations. Do not turn off your Mac computer abruptly to avoid data loss due to improper system shutdown. Re-check while deleting files from removable storage devices because, they cannot be restored from Trash as they bypass the Trash.

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Requirements:Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard), Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion), Mac OS X 10.7 (Mountain Lion), and Mavericks

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