Macintosh machine users are familiar with the situation of data loss from their computer hard drive volumes. Files can be lost due to several factors including corrupt file system, damaged hard disk volume, etc. In such unfortunate scenarios, what will you do to salvage your important data ? The answer may be usage of any free recovery software available over the internet. However, by doing so, you may even worsen the data loss situation as some of these freewares may damage your data present on the hard drive, while trying to recover lost files & folders from it. Also, such free recovery tools do not guarantee the complete recovery of files from your Macintosh hard disk drive volumes. As recommended by several recovery professionals and organizations, the safest option is to utilize the Mac lost file recovery software specifically designed to restore data on Macintosh from the hard disk volumes.
The software supports the file recovery from hard drive on Mac OS X 10.5.8 versions that also includes Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion operating system. To start the recovery process, the software initially scans your computer hard drive for any lost or deleted files and then starts the recovery of such files with the help of built-in sophisticated recovery algorithms. The best part of this tool is its capability to recover lost files residing on the bad sectors of your Macintosh hard disk drive. The majority of free tools skips the bad hard disk sectors while recovering data, thus may not yield satisfying results for you. But, this award-winning recovery software creates a disk image of the bad sectors and recover the files later by making use of the created disk image. Upon accomplishment of file recovery, the demo version of this tool facilitates you to preview the recovered files before purchasing the full licensed version. Check out the site to know how this software can be comfortably used to perform lost file recovery on MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and several other Macintosh laptops.
You can utilize the recovery tool in almost all the data loss scenarios. Files are commonly lost when your Macintosh machine reboots repeatedly or shut down suddenly while the files are being accessed by a user. The next time when you start your system, you may not find the files on your hard disk volume. Accidental format of a volume also accounts for loss of files in a huge amount, this may happen when you unknowingly format one volume instead of some other hard disk volume. As you did not take a back-up of the data, you end up losing entire data from the formatted volume. With the help of “Formatted/Reformatted Recovery” module of this software, you can easily restore Mac files from formatted hard drive volumes once you are done with the volume formatting. In addition to these scenarios, files can also be lost when the file system of a hard drive volume gets damaged as a result of which volume fails to mount. Other reasons of data loss may be a catalog file corruption, Input & Output errors, Finder error, deleted/missing partitions, etc.
With the assistance of file signature search option, the Mac lost file recovery software supports recovery of various file formats. It can restore MOV files from Mac machines, in addition to this, it can also retrieve various photo formats including raw picture formats of digital cameras, music & video file formats along with documents, spreadsheets, email archives, etc.Visit http://www.recovermacfiles.net/recover-files-from-corrupt-memory-card-on-mac.html to get info how this utility can even restore data from corrupted memory card on Macintosh computers, apart from recovering lost files from hard drives, external hard drives, FireWire drives, USB flash drives and even from iPhoto library. It supports file recovery on a wide variety of memory card brands, thus can prominently retrieve files from Transcend flash card on Mac OS X along with various other memory cards.
Follow these simple steps to recover lost files from Macintosh hard drive:
Step A: Upon launching the software, choose “Recover Volumes/Drives” on the welcome screen as illustrated in Fig A.
Fig A: Welcome Window
Step B: After selecting any of the recovery module on the next window, choose a hard drive volume for file recovery and click “Next”, as illustrated in Fig B.
Fig B: Select Mac Volume
Step C: A new window gets displayed showing the details of recovery process, as illustrated in Fig C.
Fig C: Scanning Details
Step D: Right-click a file from the list of recovered files to “Preview” it before purchasing the full version of software.
Figure D: List of Recovered Data