How to Get Back Files from Macbook Pro???

Posted by: Leo Mccoy

Recover Files from MacBook Pro

“Hi, I’m using MacBook Pro and I’m happy using it because of its superb functionalities. Yesterday while working on my MacBook Pro suddenly it got turned off. After that I tried restarting it and it resumed too. But a folder called “Data” in which I had stored my valuable Project reports was missing. Now I need to submit those reports and I don’t even have enough time and patience to rewrite it. I don’t know how to get it back, please anyone suggest me how to bring those lost files? It’s an emergency guys please help me out.”


MacBook Pro is a portable computer developed and marketed by Apple Inc and this Product have got many advanced features compared to PowerBook G4 and iMac. Now MacBook Pro is running into its third generation with Retina display. Along with retina display it has many other exciting features such as new quad core Processor, advanced discrete graphics, high-speed I/O etc. MacBook Pro is the first notebooks from Apple to use SATA optical drive. Though MacBook Pro is widely used across the world, most of the users still encounter data loss from it. If it is the same with you don’t get tensed, just relax!! You can get back your important files. Thinking how is it possible? It is because; when any file is lost / deleted, references or simply the registry entries of this file will be erased not the complete file.

Some other typical scenarios where you might face file loss from MacBook Pro are: -

  • Accidental Deletion: This would be the most common human error where you will encounter file deletion on MacBook Pro
  • Unintentional Formatting: Sometimes you might face the error “Disk need to be formatted” , at this situation you may format the disk and as a result files will be erased
  • Enabling Auto Empty Trash: This option will empty Trash as and when you log in and log out from your MacBook Pro. If you delete important files and logout immediately, then those files will be erased from Trash

What does Remo Recover software offer you in above mentioned scenarios?

Salient features of Remo Recover tool are capable of recovering lost/deleted files from MacBook Pro. This tool is well built with highly advanced algorithms which perform rigorous scanning of entire disk to retrieve files on MacBook Pro. It is the most widely used software to restore files on MacBook Pro as it is strongly recommended by Mac data recovery Professionals. It is reliable, safe and secure tool that performs complete file recovery. It is highly compatible with all major Mac OS X based machines like MacBook Air, iMac, etc. This software works successfully on all versions of Mac OS X like Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion.

Things to remember to avoid file loss from MacBook Pro are: -

  • Avoid improper handling of vital files to prevent file loss from MacBook Pro
  • Don’t use “Secure Empty Trash” option for emptying Trash because you can’t get back files if deleted in that way

 

Steps to recover files on MacBook Pro using Remo Recover software: -

Step 1:Install and run Remo Recover software on your MacBook Pro and select “Recover Files” option from main screen

MacBook Pro File Recovery - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Then select either “Recover Deleted Files” or “Recover Lost Files” option to go ahead with recovery Process.

MacBook Pro File Recovery - Select Suitable Option

Figure 2: Select Suitable Option

Step 3: Soon after that select the volume from where you want to recover files and click “Next” button to begin scanning Process.

MacBook Pro File Recovery - Select Volume

Figure 3: Select Volume

Step 4: Once scanning Process is completed, you can view list of recovered files in two types of views that are “File Type View” and “Data View”.

MacBook Pro File Recovery - Recovered Files

Figure 4: Recovered Files

Step 5: At last save recovery session to avoid rescanning of volume in future.

MacBook Pro File Recovery - Save Recovery Session

Figure 5: Save Recovery Session

 

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