Software to Recover Data from Mac HDD

Working on Macintosh operating system lets you feel very exiting until everything goes well. A small mistake can disappoint you when you find important data inaccessible from Mac hard disk drives. Data stored in Mac hard drive can be lost or delete due to formatting of hard drive, deleted partitions, emptying Trash, lost volumes and many other unknown factors. If you are looking for HDD recovery software to retrieve lost or deleted data from Mac hard drive then you must take help of Mac HDD recovery tool. It is the best application to recover hard drive data recommended by all computer professionals. It is designed with powerful algorithms to ensure complete data recovery with in very less amount of time. By using this tool, you can recover your files and important data from SATA, ATA, PATA, IDE and SCSI hard drive. It supports data recovery from HFS+, HFSX, FAT file systems on Mac operating system environment.

Most of user thinks that data get delete permanently from hard drive afterformatting, emptied trash folder or partition loss but reality is so far totheir assumptions. Actually, when you delete data or attempt to format a drive, data remains there on hard drive until it has overwritten by new data. Therefore, it is better to recover lost data by using HDD recovery software to avoid further data loss. You may accidently format Mac hard drive or partition by pressing Format option while operating on Mac system. While deleting useless data regularly you may delete some important files permanently by using "Command + Shift + Delete" key combination. In addition, partition loss is most happening scenario related to data loss. Error in creating partitions may result in data loss. Improper re-partitioning of existing partitions, while installing OS leads to whole partition loss. By using HDD recovery software, you can easily recover accidently deletedfiles on iMac computer and other Mac devices with utmost ease.

Generally, when you attempt to delete a file on Mac, it get store in Trash folder. Later if needs that file you can restore again from Trash folder. It is just like as Recycle Bin folder on Windows. However, problem arises when you delete files from Trash folder. Files deleted from Trash folder cannot be restore again with using third party tool. In addition, it is good in practice to delete regularly bulk sizes useless files from Trash folder because if stored data size exceedsfrom Trash folder size limit, it will result in data loss automatically.

HDD recovery software is ultimate recovery wizard, which helps you to recover datafrom all possible data loss scenarios from Mac system. It assists you to recover lost video files on Mac OS X along with more than 300 popular file formats. It supports data recovery from Seagate hard drive and other popular brands' hard drive on all latest Mac operating systems like Mac OS X 10.5 x, Leopard, Snow Leopard,Lion etc in few simple steps. Apart from hard drive data recovery, it facilitates recovery of deleted files from USB flash drives, external hard drives, SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC, micro SD cards, iPods and other data storage devices.

Steps to recover data from Mac HDD

Step 1: Install and launch trial version of Mac HDD recovery software to explore the main window as shown in Figure 1. Click on "Recover Volumes/Drives" and then choose "Volumes Recovery" or "Formatted/Reformatted Recovery" on next window.

HDD Recovery Software - Home Window

Figure 1: Home Window

Step 2: Select your Mac drive where you had stored the lost data and click on "Next" button as shown in figure2.

HDD Recovery Software - Select Drive

Figure 2: Select Drive

Step 3: On completion of scanning and recovery process, list of recovered files will be displayed as shown in Figure 3.

HDD Recovery Software - Recovered Files List

Figure 3: Recovered Files List

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

For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

For Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8),
Mavericks and Yosemite(10.10) Users