In this page, get to know some of the most known cases that are responsible for causing data loss on hard drives. Then, learn how to recover hard drive data after reinstalling Mac OS X operating system in a most effective manner. Finally, get to know why Remo Recover is the best option to reliably get back all data from a hard drive after reinstalling Mac OS X.
Additionally, find the download buttons for downloading the software.
It’s not uncommon that we accidentally format the hard drive, while partitioning we lose data, or
some error occurs while reformatting the partitions. It happens that sometimes we lose the entire data from hard drive accidentally or due to some other reasons. Most people generally don’t know if it is possible to recover lost data from hard disk.
Remo Recover software can help you out in recovering your entire data within few minutes. It can recover data from formatted partitions even after re-installing Mac OS X operating system.
Some common scenarios of data loss are:
Recovering data after formatting using Remo Recover:
We can efficiently recover all deleted or lost data by making use of Remo Recover software. This software allows you to recover data from hard drives even if they are having bad sectors or if they are totally inaccessible. It can recover hundreds of files within minutes, so the number of files stored is no concern for this software. These features make Remo Recover more superior compared to other data recovery softwares. Read on to know some of the most amazing features of this software in the following section.
Some basic features of Remo Recover (Mac OS X) software are:
Steps to recover entire hard drive data using Remo Recover:
Step 1: Download and install Remo Recover on your Mac and launch it to open main screen. Select "Recover Volumes / Drives" option.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Select "Volume Recovery" option in order to recoverentire hard drive.
Figure 2: Select Volume Recovery
Step 3: On the next window, select the physical drive from which data is to be recovered and click "Next".
Figure 3: Select Drive
Step 4: Once the recovery process is completed, the list of all recovered partition data will be displayed.
Figure 4: Recovered Data
Step 5: Use "Save Recovery Session" option for saving entire recovery process to avoid re-scanning of the drive.
Figure 5: Save Recovery Session