Macintosh HD Recovery

About Hard Drive Mac

HDD is vital component of Computer system, it is non-volatile in nature. The storage space of hard drive is ranging from 40 GB to several Tera Bytes and speed of 7200 to 1000 RPM. HDD stores data on platters, which are made up of magnetic material. The first sector of the hard drive is Master Boot Record of 512 bytes consist all necessary information about Operating System. The different types of the hard drives are Serial ATA, ATAPI, IDE, SCSI, PATA, and so on.

Why Mac HD is divided into sectors?

To organize data efficiently on Macintosh machine hard drive is divided into logical partitions and while dealing with these logical volumes you should be careful. Otherwise you may face large amount of data loss.

Real time scenario:

Let us consider a real time scenario where a student wants to install dual operating system into his existing partition, during installation system alerts a message saying that Partition space is not sufficient to install that OS. Thus he tries to re-size the partition to increase its memory space. But lack of knowledge he follows wrong steps to resizing partitions, accidentally he formats existing Operating System. Thus his system hangs up and showing error message Operating System not found. This tends to loss of entire data storing on it. If you facing this kind of situation then no need to depress, use efficient partition recovery tool like Remo Recover. It will recover formatted hard drive or deleted partition of hard drive successfully.

Most frequently noticed scenarios that can cause data loss from Mac HD:

  • Accidental format: If you unintentionally select format option on systems drive, leads to loss of entire data stored on it within fraction of seconds, which leads to panic stricken.
  • Interruption while partitioning or re-partitioning the disk: This may occur rarely while partitioning or re-partitioning the disk space logically. If any interruptions like power supply failure or your laptop is in low battery leads to abrupt system shutdown. This causes large amount of data loss present on it.
  • Powerful Malware or virus attack: It is one of the commonly occurring issue, virus spread quickly if you are using unsecured network or downloading/uploading documents or media files from unauthenticated websites etc. Thus you have to format entire system hard drive to keep system away from virus. Thus always advised to maintain internet protected anti-virus software.
  • Header corruption: This is one of the logical reasons, which lead to HDD corruption. The header corruption of volume, catalog file corruption or journal file corruption etc., leads to hard drive corruption. Makes HDD inaccessible to the user.

By using Remo Recover aplication, you can,

Remo Recover software recovers lost files form Mac HD if you accidentally format or formatting during re-partition or while OS re-installation etc. In couple of minutes it scans entire hard disk and provides lost or deleted data. It also recovers data from non booting devices, formatted hard drives containing bad sectors and from crashed hard drives. It supports data restoration on different versions of Macintosh Operating Systems. It has facility to divide retrieval process based on level of complexity. Regains lost or deleted files from different volumes such as HFS, HFS+ etc., efficiently.

This hard drive recovery application is evaluated by most industrial experts to recover files from crashed hard drive Mac. You have an option to download free demo version by clicking download button. If you satisfied with the demo form results, then you can own activation key of this toolkit.


Steps to recover Macintosh HD using Remo Recover utility:

Step 1: Install demo version of Remo Recover Mac edition and run the application. From welcome screen select "Recover Volumes / Drives" option as illustrated in figure 1.

Recover Macintosh HD - Main Window

Figure 1:Welcome Screen

Step 2: Then next screen appears, select "Volume Recovery" option as illustrated in figure 2.

Macintosh HD Restore - Select Volume Recovery

Figure 2: Select Volume Recovery

Step 3: Toolkit shows all the drives that are available with your Macintosh machine. Select lost volume as illustrated in figure 3.

Macintosh HD Recovery - Select Hard Drive

Figure 3: Select Hard Drive

Step 4: Once the scanning operation gets completed, a list of recovered data from lost volume will be displayed as illustrated in figure 4.

Macintosh Hard Drive Recovery - Recovered Data from Lost Partition

Figure 4: Recovered Data from Lost Partition

Step 5: "Save Recovery Session" option is available to avoid re-scanning of the hard drive.

Restore Macintosh HD - Save Recovery Session

Figure 5: Save Recovery Session