How to Restore Files from Formatted WD Hard Drive?

Have you ever lost your important files from WD hard drive on your Mac OS and wondering how to recover them back? Then your journey ends here. With Mac hard drive recovery tool you can perform WD HDD recovery at your fingertips. This is one of the finest hard drive recovery tools across the world. It is recommended by the industry experts to recover lost files and folders from WD hard drive. Mac HDD Recovery software is not only capable of recovering lost files on hard drive but you can also use this tool to recover data from removable drives. Know more about the software at http://www.machddrecovery.com.

Most probably data loss problem on WD HDD occurs due to common human errors, people format their WD hard drive without taking a proper backup and due to this they are unable to restore files and folders from formatted hard drive. To solve this issue of data loss and to restore files from formatted WD hard drive, you can use Mac HDD Recovery tool. It is the best data recovery application available in the market to perform WD HDD recovery and it also allows you to retrieve files from corrupt Seagate Slim for Mac and also supports other removable drives as well.

Partition loss can also be another reason for data loss from WD hard drive. Partition is necessary to arrange files and folders on WD hard drive in proper manner. Generally, partition loss case occurs when user try to merge or to resize the partition in order to manage files in a better manner. If any type of unknown error occurred in between this partition resizing or merging process then it may results in loss of WD hard drive partition. In such miserable situation, you can take help of Mac HDD Recovery software which also facilitates you to restore files from MacBook Air and from other Mac machines at your fingertips. WD HDD recovery becomes easy with this utility because this tool is designed with simple graphical user interface.

Have you ever think that improper system shut can also create a problem for you, to answer this I must say yes sometime improper system shutdown or accidental rebooting, create bad sectors on your WD hard disk. These bad sectors do not allow OS to access data from that particular sector. Moreover, crashed WD hard drive can bring you a lot of trouble as you may lose all the data. In such situation just use Mac HDD recovery tool and perform WD HDD recovery smoothly. This advanced software enables user to recover data from iMac after accidental deletion in couple of mouse clicks.

Users may also lose their file during OS re-install. Sometime to resolve software conflicts and to increase the system performance users re-install their OS. But, they forget to take the backup before re-installation process. This process can also cause data loss due to an incomplete installation of the operating system. Catalog file corruption and Volume header corruption are the other two big reasons which end with data loss. For all these problems, WDD HDD recovery software is the best solution and it also has ability to restore lost MOV files from Mac OS X computers in just a few steps.

Follow these steps to perform WD HDD recovery on Mac:

Step 1 : Launch the demo version of Mac HDD Recovery software, on the welcome screen as illustrated in Figure A. Select "Recover Volumes / Drives" option and later select "Formatted / Reformatted Recovery".

WD HDD Recovery - Main Screen

Figure A : Main Screen

Step 2 : On the next screen, software will show list of all drives from where it can recover data as illustrated in Figure B. Select your formatted WD hard drive and click on "Next" to proceed further.

WD HDD Recovery - Select WD Hard Drive

Figure B : Select WD Hard Drive

Step 3 : As you click on "Next", software starts scanning the drive to restore files. Once the scanning process is finished, you will get recovered files as illustrated in Figure C.

WD HDD Recovery - View Recovered Data

Figure C : View Recovered Data

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