Disk Partition Recovery

  • The efficient technique to recover files from disk partitions
  • All storage disk file systems are flexibly supported for recovery
  • Scans and extracts files from corrupt, deleted or formatted drive partitions
  • Supports all varieties of files like documents, audio, pictures, video etc.
  • Offers partition recovery in a simple set of steps

Facing problems in opening partitions/volumes on your Mac computer? The problem might have risen due to the corruption of the disk or failure of the disk. This may result in vital data loss from your Mac system and put you in some sort of trouble. Don’t you worry, Mac disk partition recovery can be done with ease using the Mac Partition Recovery tool. It is an award-winning software that effectively retrieves data from lost partitions on Mac OS, for more look here. The software also supports data retrieval from file systems like HFS, HFS+, HFSX, etc. on Macintosh.

Before loading any version on your Mac hard drive it must be partitioned in one or more sections. Partitioning provides the privilege of installing more than one OS on the same computer. Well, the disk partitioning should be done very carefully because partitioning requires formatting and sometimes reformatting. Failing which your disk may get corrupted or at times whole of the hard drive may get corrupted and result in data loss from your Mac operating system. Mac partition recovery software has the capability to help you out in restoring lost files from Mac partition even after time machine crashes, for more read here.

Corruption is just one scenario, there a number of other scenarios due to which you need to perform disk partition recovery program. Prior to performing a recovery, you need to know, you can also have a look at the reasons for losing the data partitions. The virus infection is one of the most common reasons for losing data from the hard drive section. Other than the virus infection second most frequently occurring mistake. Due to which a partition may get deleted is by the user mistakes. In this scenario, not just data but the whole of the partition may get deleted by performing an incorrect operation or by just pressing the wrong button. Other factors that lead to partition loss are:

  • Repeated formatting of the hard drive, due to which your Mac volumes may fail to mount.
  • A power surge may be a reason that leads to disk failure by corrupting it.
  • Due to malfunctioning of Mac OS X, the partitions may becomes inaccessible.
  • Internal system conflicts like unmanageable interrupts might be a reason for losing access to Mac volumes.

For all this you need advanced and powerful recovery software, Mac Partition Recovery software is the one which is built with the advanced recovery algorithm and recommended by the experts for use to restore data like photos, audios, videos etc. The software is specially designed considering the Mac OS in mind and can easily restore corrupted partitions from Mac OS, for more http://www.macpartitionrecovery.com/corrupted.html. The tool comes with the easy to use the user-interface, so that a person with minimum technical knowledge can also perform disk recovery process without any experts help. A demo version can be downloaded free of cost from the reliable internet site to experience the working of the software.

Performing a Disk Partition Recovery using the Mac partition recovery software:

1: Download and install the Mac Partition Recovery tool, the main screen as shown in Figure 1. Select "Recover Volumes/Drives" option and then select "Volumes Recovery".

Disk Partition Recovery - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

2: Select the Mac volume to restore lost data from the disk partition and then click on "Next" option. As in Fig 2

Disk Partition Recovery - Select Disk Partition

Figure 2: Select Disk Partition

3: After the recovery process is complete, you can preview the recovered disk partition data as shown in Figure 3.

Disk Partition Recovery - Recovered Disk Partition Data

Figure 3: Recovered Disk Partition Data

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