Mountain Lion Partition Recovery

Posted by: Leo Mccoy

Recover Mountain Lion Partition using Remo Recover

Partitioning a Mac OS X volume creates or splits a hard drive volume space into two or more different volume spaces as though it is a totally different hard drive. Partitioning a hard drive facilitates a user in many ways: usually to store different types of files in different volumes like, for example, all media files in one drive and work related data in another volume, to run more than one operating systems in different partitions, etc. Another major advantage of having a partition on any computer is, you can delete or format a corrupt partition any time without causing any harm to any data on other partitions.

In case you have deleted or formatted a partition on Mac OS X Mountain Lion PC or you have lost data while creating a partition, and you’re looking for as to how to recover all deleted contents from that partition, well, you are at the right place. We shall assist you in knowing how to perform Mac Mountain Lion partition recovery.

Mountain Lion partition recovery

Formatting / deleting a partition on Mac PCs may be done in many cases like – to free the volume from junk files, the partition is of no use, to merge two or more partitions, etc. whatever may be the reason that makes you format or delete the partition, first step is to create a back up of all important data before heading to format / delete the partition. Nonetheless, if you did not backup the data before formatting or deleting the Mac partition, there’s nothing to worry about as you can still perform Mountain Lion partition recovery by using an effective third party partition recovery tool for Mac systems like Remo Recover Mac.

Mountain Lion recover partition using Remo Recover Mac tool:

Remo Recover is a renowned and best in class partition recovery tool especially for Mac operating systems. It is created using supreme data recovery algorithm with hassle free and clean user interface to help you recover all deleted / lost files and folders from a deleted Mac partition. Remo Recover recognizes more that 300 files types that ensure all the deleted data that contained different file types can be recovered easily.

Features of Remo Recover tool that helps you restore Mountain Lion partition with ease:

  • An amateur (novice) Mac OS user can operate Remo Recover tool with ease in order to retrieve Mountain Lion partition data
  • Sort recovered contents based on Date Created, File Size, Extension and Name of the file / folder
  • Retrieved data can be directly saved on external drives and CD / DVDs
  • You can view all recovered items using Preview option prior to saving those files
  • You can save the volume space by creating Zip files for all retrieved contents
  • View recovered data conveniently using two types of views - File Type View or Data View options
  • A free demo version for you to test partition recovery using Remo Recover Mac tool with which you can scan, retrieve as well as preview recovered data on Mac Mountain Lion PC. You only have to activate the Save option in order to restore partition Mountain Lion data


Steps to perform Mac Mountain Lion partition recovery using Remo Recover:

Step 1: Download and install Remo Recover Mac edition and launch the software. From the Main Window screen, select "Recover Volumes / Drives".

Recover Mountain Lion Partition - Main Window

Figure 1:Main Window

Step 2: On the next screen, select "Volume Recovery" option as shown.

Mountain Lion Recover Partition - Select Volume Recovery

Figure 2: Select Volume Recovery

Step 3: The storage drives that are available on your Mac PC are displayed. Select the desired partition on which data recovery is to be performed and hit "Next".

Restore Mountain Lion Partition - Select Hard Drive

Figure 3: Select Volume

Step 4: After successful completion of scan, a list of recovered data from the partition is displayed.

Retrieve Mountain Lion Partition - Recovered Data List

Figure 4: List of Recovered Data

Step 5: Click "Save" option to complete the restoration process.

Restore Partition Mountain Lion- Save Files

Figure 5: Save Files