Restore Mac OS Extended Journaled Data

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Hierarchical file system (HFS) is a file system format developed by Apple Inc. It serves as the default file system used in all Apple Macintosh systems running Mac OS X. The updated version of HFS file system is called the Mac OS Extended or HFS Extended or simply HFS+. It is the advanced version of HFS file system and it supports comparatively much larger files, along with that it also have many performance enhancements.

Performing Mac OS Extended journaled data recovery:

Remo Recover is amongst the top data recovery software Mac OS X to recover Mac OS Extended journaled data on all Mac based systems. Using this utility, you can recover files from deleted, lost, formatted, re-formatted, etc. volumes and as well as from hard drives affected with bad sectors. In addition to that, this effective data recovery tool enables you to get back data from inaccessible and corrupt hard drives and also from volumes that are unable to mount. All types of lost or erased files can be easily restored using this data recovery tool available for all versions of Mac OS X operating systems.

Situations that may lead you to perform Mac OS Extended journaled data recovery:

  • Mac OS Extended journaled volume errors and malfunctions – Any errors within the HFS+ hard drive can result in all its data to turn inaccessible.
  • Infection due to virus causing data erasure – Any volume if severely contaminated with viruses and other malwares can easily cause damage to any files or worst even cause data erasure on that volume
  • Third party softwares causing data deletion – Any unreliable third party softwares like Antivirus tools or any other applications can erase a file if it senses any danger from these contents
  • File transfer in wrong manner– In case you move a file from one location to another in a very wrongly manner, there stands high possibilities that the files being moved are harmed or even erased

Using Remo Recover is the best option to perform Mac OS Extended journaled data restoration:

Remo Recover utility provides complete reliability and transparency while performing data recovery. Also this software is an instant solution for a query like how to recover deleted files Mac free software, as it comes out with free demo version. The demo version on this software for recovering Mac OS Extended journaled data is totally free to use that allows you to scan, retrieve as well as preview all contents that have been retrieved from that partition even prior to going for the full version of this app. Only after you successfully regained all deleted files from Mac OS Extended journaled partition after data restore session, you can get the full version of Remo Recover in order to complete the Mac OS Extended journaled data saving process.

One of the most outstanding feature of Remo Recover app is that, it will help you to perform Mac OS Extended journaled data recovery very easily using is its simple and clean graphical user interface. It is designed in such a way that any normal user with basic Mac OS X operation knowledge can easily employ this tool to Mac OS Extended journaled data recovery.

Steps to perform Mac OS Extended journaled data recovery using Remo Recover:

1: Download and install Remo Recover and launch the software to view main screen. Select "Recover Volumes / Drives" option.

Restore Mac OS Extended Journaled Data - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

2: After choosing the suitable option, you need to select the Mac OS Extended volume from which data needs to be recovered.

Recover Mac OS Extended Journaled Data - Select Drive

Figure 2: Select Drive

3: Scanning process may take few minutes to get completed, after which list of recovered data from extended partition will be displayed.

Mac OS Extended Journaled Data Restoration - Recovered Data

Figure 3: Recovered Data

4: In order to avoid scanning of the drive in future, you can use "Save Recovery Session" option to save the current recovery process.

Retrieve Mac OS Extended Journaled Data - Save Recovery Session

Figure 4: Save Recovery Session


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