How to recover data from MacBook?

Macintosh computers although have different operating system than windows, basically operate in the same way as windows. This means Mac computers have almost same properties as windows operating system. It is built on UNIX foundation and is quite simple, high secured and easy to use. The file system of Mac operating system is HFS+ and HFSX.

MacBook is a new technology laptop. You may store your valuable data on MacBook. Nowadays the demand of the MacBook has increased for both business as well as personal use. Though it has many features, some unexpected error may occur anytime. But if file gets deleted accidently from your MacBook then in such case you do not need to worry. You can use Mac data recovery software to get back your lost data which you have deleted unexpectedly.

Some major causes that lead to data loss in MacBook are hardware initialization, volume header corruption, failure of synchronization, failure of repartitioning process, system crash etc. Out of these some of them are discussed below:

  • Failed Synchronization: In MacBook, you can synchronize various devices with the help of iSync which is a synchronization tool developed by Apple Inc. Suppose you were synchronizing Mac system with external storage device like iPhone, iPod, Palm using iSync application. At that time you may come across data loss situation from MacBook. It may occur due to failed synchronization process. It can be due to any of the reasons like may be due to date and time set incorrectly in your system or system crash. It generally happens when you attempt to synchronize several devices simultaneously. The problem may become severe if synchronization process fails when you transfer data from your system to device.
  • Failure of Repartitioning process: You can resize your hard drive partition or repartition a drive without erasing stored data in MacBook. For perfect functioning of your system after repartitioning, the process should be successful. If the process terminates due to any reason due to low disk space or system crash then this may lead to data loss. So you are recommended to keep a back up of your important data before repartitioning.
  • Volume header Corruption:MacBook enables you to divide your system’s hard drive into several partition called volumes. Every Mac volume is formatted using a file system like HFSX, HFS+. All the information related to Mac volume is stored in the volume header .In such case volume header gets damaged and entire volume becomes inaccessible and you may face severe data loss.

Though you may lose data in all such cases still you can recover OS X files by using MacBook Data recovery software. This software is recommended by many industry experts for its excellent performance. It has been successful in recovering deleted data from various data storage drives like hard disk drive, FireWire drive, portable hard disk, flash memory card, or USB drive. This tool is developed to support data recovery from MacBook on popular versions of Mac OS such as Lion, Snow Leopard, Leopard, etc. This tool is developed with advanced algorithms and powerful scanning engines to support HFS+ recovery on Mac OS X 10.5 and above versions including Leopard,Snow Leopard and Lion.This software also has the ability to restore corrupt MacBook Air volumes, MacBook Pro volumes etc.

Losing important data because of corrupt Mac volume or due to any other reason could be very painful. Therefore, in future you should try to take regular backups of your important files and folders on removable storage drives such as USB flash drive or External drives.

Steps to recover data from MacBook:

  1. Download and install the software and select "Recover Files" on welcome page as shown in Fig 1. After that, select either "Recover Deleted Files" or "Recover Lost Files" option from the next screen.
  2. Recover Data from MacBook - Main Screen

    Fig 1: Choose Recovered Files

  3. Choose the Mac volume and press "Next" to start the data recovery procedure..
  4. MacBook Data Recovery - Select Hard Drive

    Fig 2: Select Mac Volume

  5. Check the recovered files and folders in "Data View" as shown in Fig 4.
  6. Recover Data from MacBook - List of Recovered Files

    Fig 3: List of Recovered Files

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