Lost MOV File Recovery from Mac OS X

How do you feel if a favorite MOV video file disappears from your Mac OS X computer?? The pain is hard drive to outlive. Search everywhere, but no file. You have never expected this type of surprise from your Mac machine right. Calm down, losing digital media files from Macintosh is quite common. It does not mean that, if a file disappears from the stored location, you have lost it forever. It is there in your Mac machine, but invisible. How to get it back?? Very simple, just handover the task to Mac hard drive file recovery application. It will get your job done in a perfect way. Install the software and let it scan the hard drive, within short span of time, it gives you the preview of your lost MOV file. Log on to homepage by clicking this link http://www.machddrecovery.com.

Rich in graphics, vast set of in-built applications to handle different type of media files and outstanding performance formulate you to addict for Mac OS X machines for editing and watching videos. No doubt Mac machines gives you more than the desired, it hurts only when a stored priceless MOV file is lost. In such instance, think of Mac HDD recovery software, a powerful media file recovery app natively designed for Mac OS X computers. It recovers deleted or lost MOV files from all major data loss scenarios. As long you have this software, no need to worry about how to recover data from MacBook, iMac and other Mac machines.

Hope you are very curious about how does the stored MOV file disappear from Mac hard drive?? It is good to know the reasons. Listed here are few common factors to be blamed for losing MOV video files from Mac based computer.

  • Unplanned deletion of MOV files while clearing useless files
  • Accidental formatting of Macintosh hard drive volumes
  • Synchronization errors while sharing video files
  • Improper plug and play procedure while using removable drive with Mac machine
  • Mac OS X hard drive file system corruption
  • Apple QuickTime video player crash

A reason for losing files plays an important role only while taking precautions to avoid loss of files. When it comes to recovery of lost MOV files, they are not even considered. Just ensure that whether the lost MOV file is overwritten or not. If not, get the Mac hard drive restoration application and start video recovery. Within few clicks, you can retrieve accidentally deleted file from iMac and lost MOV files from Macintosh hard drive. With a powerful recovery engine, it scans the entire hard drive and retrieves lost video file from the hard drive sectors. Since it is raw data recovery tool, you will get best results. Employing this utility, you can also restore lost data from corrupt Seagate Slim for Mac and other brands of portable hard drives with utmost ease.

You can’t keep quiet when it happens to lose your favorite videos from your Mac OS. So, better choose tools to retrieve external hard drive, which can very easily get back your lost videos.

Easy steps to recover lost MOV files from Mac OS X:

Step 1: Launch the installed demo version of Mac HDD recovery software. You will get main window as shown in Fig 1. Click on "Recover Photos" for media edition and then choose "Recover Lost Photos" to undelete lost MOV files.

Retrieve Lost MOV Files from Mac OS X - Main Window

Fig 1: Main Window

Step 2: You will be asked to specify the drive from where software needs to recover video files as shown in Fig 2. Select the drive where you have kept MOV files and click on "Next" button.

Retrieve Lost MOV Files from Mac OS X - Select Volume

Fig 2: Select Volume

Step 3: Upon completion of scanning and video file recovery process, list of retrieved video files will be displayed as shown in Fig 3.

Retrieve Lost MOV Files from Mac OS X - Retrieved MOV Files

Fig 3: Retrieved MOV Files

Step 4: Select any file from recovered list and preview it. If you are happy with the application performance and results obtained, buy the full version to save recovered video files.

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