You may lose data from MacBook Pro hard drive due to many unpredictable reasons. Some of the instances where you lose data from MacBook Pro hard drive are listed below-
You don’t have to worry when data is lost from MacBook Pro hard drive because there are many techniques to restore your data.
1) Time Machine Backup
2) Recovery Tools
Method #1: Time Machine Backup
If you have enabled Time Machine in your MacBook Pro, then it must have backed up your entire data from which you can restore your lost data.
Method #2: Recovery Tools
If Time Machine has not backed up your MacBook Pro hard drive data, then the only option to restore lost files from MacBook Pro is recovery tool. Recovery tools are capable enough to perform data recovery on formatted MacBook Pro hard drives along with recovering data from reformatted, corrupted, deleted, or lost MacBook Pro hard drive Volumes, unless and until lost data is not overwritten by new data.
In various MacBook hard drive data loss circumstances, one and only software that helps to rescue data is Remo Recover. It is specially designed and developed to resolve various hard drive data loss situations and is highly recommended by Mac data recovery professionals. The software indulges highly sophisticated data recovery algorithms that scan entire hard drive sector-by-sector to restore missing or erased data. It supports most of the file types like audios, videos, photos, documents, spreadsheets, etc. from Mac volumes. This utility also recovers data from various other Mac OS-based devices like MacBook Air, iMac, Mac mini, etc. This tool is highly compatible with all major versions of Mac operating systems like macOS High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion.
Key Features of Remo Recover: -
Get Remo Recover on your MacBook Pro. Follow the on-screen instructions to install it. Once after completion of the installation procedure, launch the software.
Note- Don’t install Remo Recover on volume from which you need to restore your lost data
Step1: Select “Recover Drives / Volumes” option from the main screen.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step2: On the next screen, select either “Volume Recovery” or “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” option.
Figure 2: Select Suitable Option
Step3: After that select the volume from where you want to recover data and click “Next” button to begin scanning process.
Figure 3: Select Volume
Step4: Soon after completion of scanning process you can view a list of recovered data in two different views which are “File Type View” and “Data View”.
Figure 4: Recoverable Data
Step5: Finally, make use of “Save Recovery Session” option to avoid rescanning of drive in the future and save restored data to any location accessible to host computer.
Figure 5: Save Recovery Session