Deleting single file may not be a serious issue but deleting a whole partition may put you in real trouble. No matter how careful you are, due to one or the other reason you may opt to delete a partition on your Mac. It might be accidental or intentional. Here are some of the reasons for partition deletion-
People often think that once a partition is deleted it can never be recovered. But the fact is it can be easily recovered with the help of data recovery software. Because the entire Mac volume data will still be present on your Mac hard disk even after the volume is deleted. To make this possible, you must use Remo Recover software.
Download Remo Recover Mac software and Install on your Mac system by following on screen instructions. Launch it to open main screen.
Step 1: Select "Recover Volumes/Drives" option as shown in figure 1.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: In the next screen, you have to select "Volume Recovery" as illustrated in figure 2.
Figure 2: Select Volume Recovery
Step 3: On the next window select the physical drive from which partition is to be recovered and click on Next button as illustrated in figure 3.
Figure 3: Select Drive
Step 4: Once the recovery process is completed, the list of recovered partition data will be displayed.
Figure 4: Recovered Data
Step 5: Select and save required data on any location of your choice.
The software comes with many options which helps you to recover volumes that are deleted on Mac. Its Save Recovery Session can be used for saving entire recovery process hence you can avoid re-scanning of the drive. And Preview option allows you to view the recovered files before going to save them.
Well-Known Features of Remo Mac Recovery Tool
You can avoid data loss!
There are few tips, which are helpful for users to prevent data loss after such unexpected crisis. The first thing to do is, always keep an updated backup of crucial data in different storage drives. In case if you have deleted a partition, instantly stop using the hard drive as it will overwrite existing partition data. Keep your Mac volume in read-only mode to avoid accidental deletion of volumes.