Lost Data Recovery after Upgrading to macOS High Sierra

Data lost after upgrading to macOS High Sierra? Remo Recover Mac tool restores files in simple steps. This Mac Data Recovery software provides a complete solution to retrieve lost data on Mac OS.

Data Recovery Software Mac OS Sierra

Upgrading to the latest operating system seems fun. However, if you don’t take proper measures before the upgrade process, then you might end up losing important files. That’s exactly what happened when I upgraded to macOS High Sierra OS. Before upgrading the Mac OS, I forgot to take a backup of important files. Some of my important photos, videos, and other files were lost after the upgrade. I was so distressed about losing all my data.

Are you experiencing the same problem? Wondering how to recover data lost after upgrading to macOS High Sierra? Don’t worry, there is an easy solution to it. With Remo Recover software you can easily get back all your lost files after macOS 10.13 upgrade. This Mac Data Recovery tool is built with advanced scanning mechanisms which restores lost Mac data efficiently.

Restoring Data Lost after macOS High Sierra Upgrade:

Remo Mac Data Recovery application retrieves files lost after upgrading to macOS High Sierra, in just few clicks. It goes about the recovery process by deep scanning the drive, locating lost files, and recovering them. Pictures, video files, application files, RAW photos, Office files, and so on, will be recovered from Mac drive quickly. This Data Recovery software for macOS Sierra also supports recovering files from other Mac OS versions.

Supported Mac OS versions – Remo Recover supports all versions of Mac operating systems including Mac El Capitan, Mac Mavericks, Mac Yosemite, Mac Mountain Lion, etc.

  • Remo Recover Mac recovers deleted, lost or missing files from Mac OS X volumes
  • Restores data from reformatted or repartitioned drives
  • Helps to get back data from inaccessible Mac volumes, and volumes which fail to mount
  • Supports missing or erased data from FAT32, HFSX and HFS+ partitions
  • The tool is also capable of retrieving data when Mac hard drive fails to boot, crashes or fails



Steps to recover Lost Files after Upgrading to macOS High Sierra:

Mac OS 10.13 version has a security feature – System Integrity Protection (SIP), which restricts access to the internal Mac drive. So in order to allow Remo Recover tool to access Mac internal drive, you need to temporarily disable SIP. Here are the steps to disable SIP: Visit here for more details on enabling and disabling SIP on Mac.

  • The first step is to restart Mac
  • Hold the Command + R keys simultaneously at the time of booting
  • Mac OS now boots into Recovery Mode
  • In the OS X Utilities window, click Utilities in the menu bar, and choose Terminal from the drop down menu
  • Type csrutil disable and press Enter

Restart your Mac to start with the recovery process. When SIP is disabled, Remo Recover can access the internal Mac drive to scan and recover lost files. Now follow the steps listed below to get back files lost after upgrading to macOS High Sierra.

Step 1: Download Remo Recover (Mac) software and install it on your system. Launch the application by clicking on the shortcut created on Mac system. Select Recover Volumes / Drives option from the first window.

Select Recover Volume/Drives icon

Step 2: Choose Volume Recovery option in the next screen.

Click Volume Recovery option to perform data recovery on mac os high Sierra

Step 3: Select the drive from which you have to restore data and click on Next button

Choose volume or drive to perfrom Mac OS X 10.13 High Sierra data recovery

Step 4: Once scanning is done, the software displays the list of all the recoverable files by means of “File Type View” and “Data View”.

Preview list of recoverable data

Step 5: Preview the recovered files and save them on a location of your choice.

Save Recovery Session / Recovered Files

Once you have recovered files from Mac OS, you can enable SIP. Follow the same steps as mentioned earlier. The only change is in the last step where you need to type csrutil enable and press Enter.



 

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