Steps to Restore Mac OS Sierra Missing Bootcamp Partition


Bootcamp partition missing after macOS Sierra update? Download the professional partition recovery tool from REMO that will enable you in recovering all deleted and missing partitions even if you have no backup.


 
 

Bootcamp Partition Missing after macOS Sierra

“I have an iMac installed with Windows 10 on Bootcamp partition along with Mac OS X El Capitan. After updating to macOS Sierra Bootcamp partition disappeared. Please help! I couldn’t find it anywhere on my iMac.”

The partition could be lost due to macOS Sierra download stuck or installation freeze. Bootcamp partition missing while Mac OS X upgrade is not limited to any particular Mac device, but it can occur on MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook Mini or iMac. However, if you haven' created any backup for your Bootcamp partition and lost it after updating to latest macOS Sierra, then you need to use the professional Remo Mac Boot partition recovery software to restore it. Find out how to use Remo partition recovery tool and restore missing Bootcamp partition. Read this tutorial with step-by-step explanation.

Advanced partition recovery software - Remo Recover Pro Edition

To recover Bootcamp partition missing after macOS Sierra update, you need to make use of Remo Recover partition recovery tool. The software will effectively retrieve partition which is lost due to OS X update, accidental deletion, incorrect partitioning, formatting and so on. Besides, Remo Recover utility provides wizard-based interface so that even a novice user will easily be able to restore lost or deleted partition on Mac OS X.


 
 


Remo Recover partition recovery program not only helps to restore data from partition but it supports data recovery from crashed, non-bootable or inaccessible drives.  The software is read-only which ensures that the data is not damaged during the entire partition recovery process. In addition, the tool is helpful in various situations such as:

  • Recover partition that is deleted or lost from your internal/ external hard drive, FireWire, USB drives and more
  • Helps in recovering files from various file systems like HFSX, HFS+, HFS, FAT and ExFAT
  • Enables file recovery from formatted and deleted RAID partition including RAID0, RAID1 and RAID5
  • It assists in restoring data from formatted, corrupted and RAW partition

Download the free trial version of Remo Recover software now!

To understand the benefits and functionalities of Remo Recover partition recovery utility, avail the demo version which enables you to preview the recovered data. Then, go ahead and buy the licensed version to save the retrieved data back to your Mac. Next, let’s move onto the detailed steps on how to recover missing partition after macOS Sierra update.

Steps to recover Bootcamp partition missing after macOS Sierra with Remo Recover tool

To restore data from deleted volume or missing partition after macOS Sierra update, download the Remo Recover Pro Edition for Mac. Then, install the software on your Mac machine and follow below guide to retrieve your data now:

 
 


Step 1: Launch Remo Recover partition recovery tool and select “Recover Volumes / Drives” option to recover Bootcamp partition that has disappeared after Sierra update.

Select Recover Volumes option to recover Bootcamp partition disappeared after Sierra update

Step 2: Choose “Volumes Recovery” option to perform Mac OS Sierra Bootcamp partition missing recovery.

Click Volume Recovery to perform Mac OS Sierra Bootcamp partition missing recovery

Step 3: Select the drive or disk partition from where you want to retrieve lost data and click “Next” button to initiate scanning process.

Choose the drive and hit Next to restore Bootcamp partition gone after update to Sierra

Step 4: The tool scans the selected drive and shows the list of recovered data by means of “File Type View” and “Data View”.

Preview recovered data list

Step 5: Save the current recovery session of missing Bootcamp partition recovery by using “Save Recovery Session” or click on “Save” icon to save the recovered data back to your Mac.

Use Save Recovery Session option to save recovered files

 
 


 

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