Computer File Recovery Software for Mac

Requirements: Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)


Mac Operating System is based on Unix Operating System that has several features such as memory protection, multithreading, multiprocessing etc. Generally, Mac computers come with a single Mac hard drive that can store large number of files. You can logically divide the hard drive space into multiple volumes where every volume works like a separate Mac hard drive. HFS, HFS+ and HFSX are the different logical structures called as file system that are created to manage and organize the files on Mac hard drive.

File systems can be created by partitioning and formatting the volumes. Partitioning can be done using partitioning schemes such as APM (Apple Partition Map), GPT (GUID partition Table) and MBR (Master Boot Record). Only one file system can be allocated to single partition at a time in order to maintain and manage the files on those volumes. Improper or abrupt system shut down, power outages etc are the common problems that may corrupt the file system of volumes resulting in loss of files. Thus in such situation, you need to take the help of advanced computer data undeleting application in order to recover the lost files before they get overwritten by new files. This recovery software has the potential to recover data from emptied trash on Mac mini & several other Mac computers.

Most common scenarios which results in loss of files are as follows

Loss of files due to journal and catalog file corruption: Mac has an additional support for journaling feature. If you have made any changes to the file system then these changes will be recorded in the journal file. Catalog file stores essential information of all files and directories. The information regarding files is stored in the file information and extended file information structure. Similarly, directory information is stored in the directory information and extended directory information structure. Both catalog and journal files are located at the starting sectors of the disk. If these files get corrupted due to any logical failures then files may become inaccessible resulting in loss of files. However, one can simply tap here http://www.computer-filerecovery.net/itunes-music-after-computer-crash.html to get back iTunes music file after computer crash.

Volume header corruption may results in loss of files: Volume header generally contains information regarding whole volume like total number of files, time and date when the volume was created and the location info of other key structures. Volume header may get corrupted due to abrupt system shutdown or power surge problems. In such case, volumes refuses to mount making the files that are stored in those volumes inaccessible resulting in loss of files. Moreover, you can employ this simple user interface to restore data from dead computer hard drive with great ease. To get more information, click here http://www.computer-filerecovery.net/dead-computer-hard-drive.html.

Apple Partition Map corruption results in loss of files: Apple Partition Map is a partitioning scheme used by Mac Operating System. Generally, pre-Intel Mac computers have Apple Partition Map that contains information concerning the storage location of volumes, number of volumes and size of those volumes etc. If this partition Map gets corrupted then you may lose files from the volumes of Mac hard drive resulting in loss of files.

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

Follow some useful file recovery tips such as: Take backup to avoid loss of files from Mac hard drive. Usage of UPS avoids loss of files due to power surge problems. The files that are lost due to formatting, repartitioning or file system corruption are not permanently destroyed or removed from the Mac hard drive instead, only allocation info is destroyed. The files are still exist on the hard drive until they are overwritten with new files. If you have lost the files then stop using Mac hard drives because, saving or using the hard drive to store new files overwrite the files resulting in permanent loss of files. Computer file recovery program for Mac is an effective Mac file recovery tool that can recover lost files from Mac hard drives. This software can restore files that are lost due to file system corruption, accidental deletion and any other complex reasons. Retrieve delete / lost files from computer hard drives like SATA, SCSI, IDE hard drives can also be done using this effective software. This tool can also retrieve files that are accidentally removed from Trash can also be recovered by using this tool. Similarly,this is also an advanced Recycle Bin file restoration application which can competently restore files from the Windows Recycle Bin.

Easy steps to recover deleted files from Mac Hard drive:

Step 1: Download and install Computer File Recovery Software for Mac then launch the software

Step 2: Once the software is launched, the new window is appeared with 3 options i.e. "Recover Files", "Recover Photos" and "Recover Volumes/Drives". Select "Recover Files" option from the main window as shown in Figure 1

Computer File Recovery Software for Mac - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 3: Select "Recover Deleted Files"option to recover the files that have been deleted from the Mac hard drive as shown in Figure 2

Computer File Recovery Software for Mac - Choose Recovery Mode

Figure 2: Select Recover Deleted Files Option

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

Step 4:Select the Mac hard drive and click on "Next"button as shown in figure 3.

Computer File Recovery Software for Mac - Hard Drive Selection Screen

Figure 3: Select Mac Hard Drive

Step 5:Now, you can view recovered file as shown in Figure 4

Computer File Recovery Software for Mac - Preview Screen

Figure 4: View recovered files from the Mac hard drive

 

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)