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Recover My Deleted File On Mac

  • Easy to use application to recover files deleted from HFSX, HFS, FAT32, FAT16 volumes on Mac.
  • Extremely effective in restoring deleted files from Macintosh hard drives.
  • Recovers folders and files deleted from Mac OS X Trash.
  • Can recover deleted media files, documents, iTunes songs, QuickTime movies on Mac PC & laptops.


Recover Deleted File from Mac OS X

Mac hard drives can be sectioned into volumes, where each volume acts as separate space to store files. You can also view the volumes on your Mac desktop. HFS (Hierarchical File system) is the primary file system used by Mac system. Mac Operating System basically supports file systems i.e. HFS+ and HFSX. Sometimes, file system may get corrupted due to file system corruption, virus attack, power failures etc. resulting in data loss. In such case, if you want to know how to recover lost files from Mac system, the best answer is just by using Mac data recovery tool for deleted file recovery on Mac hard drive.

Sometimes, your files may get deleted due to virus attack, malware or spyware. Viruses are harsh program, which is considered as destroyer or eraser of all the original data and duplicates the data on to the hard drive. Due to such problem, you may not be able to open virus infected file which cause data loss. In order to guard your system against viruses, you can use antivirus tool. If your antivirus tool is not updated then you will not able to remove virus from your system using antivirus tool. To remove viruses from your system, you can even format your hard drive. If your data is very important, then formatting is not a best option. Usually formatting a hard drive deletes all data stored on your hard drive and it creates new file system to store new data. Hence you can recover files lost due to formatting using data recovery software.

To avoid data loss, you must take backup of your important data. If you have not taken backup of your important data then no need to worry about restoring the files back. If you don’t have backup is then you can use dependable recovery tool to recover lost or deleted data from Mac hard drive.

Recover Deleted Files is capable of recovering deleted or lost data from Mac hard drive. This software also helps you to restore deleted files from memory card and also provide deleted file recovery from external USB drives. The software also works on Windows OS and can recover erased files after system restore. Apart from all these features it is also a good software which is capable of recovering files from Windows 7 with ease.

Simple steps to restore deleted file from SD card on Mac operating system are as follows:

Step 1: Download and install the demo version of Recover Deleted Files(Mac). Launch the program by selecting it from the application folder or by double clicking the shortcut icon on the desktop. From the main screen click on "Recover Files" as shown in Fig A

Recover Deleted Files from Mac - Select Recover Files option

Fig A: Select Recover Files


Step 2: From the next screen select either "Recover Deleted Files" or "Recover Lost Files" option based on your requirement. Then Select the logical drive/volume from which you need to retrieve Mac files and click on "Next" as shown in Fig B

Recover Deleted Files from Mac - Select Mac Volume

Fig B: Select Mac Volume

Step 3: You can select the appropriate file types by performing an additional search for files based on their unique signatures. You may skip this process to continue with normal deep scanning as shown in Fig C

Recover Deleted Files from Mac - Select File Types to Recover

Fig C: Select File Types


Step 4: Then the software scans your entire volume and displays the list of recovered files and folders as shown in Fig D.

Recover Deleted Files from Mac - View Recovered Files 

Fig D: View Recovered Files

Step 5: If you are happy with the recovery results you can purchase the software online and save the recovered data on CD/DVD or any other storage meduim..



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