Recover Lost Mac Files
Have your files gone missing?
Stunned by the sudden disappearance of your files from your Macintosh OS? Need them back desperately? Don’t jump to the conclusion that your files are dead and buried. It is not so. You just need a Mac file recovery application to help you recover the lost or missing folders. This application is easy to use, quick and safe.
Reasons for data loss in Macintosh
Reasons for data loss in Macintosh:
Virus attack: Sometimes you may subject the wrong file to a command + delete operation leading to a permanent loss of file.
Power surge: Erratic and sudden power fluctuations take place can cause files on Mac to go missing.
Improper Mac shutdown: When Macintosh is shut down in an improper manner, i.e. a forced sudden shut down, the folders stored in it might get lost.
These are the few reasons for data loss from Macintosh computers. But restoring deleted Macintosh files doesn’t take much of a time or effort. The application designed for this purpose supports retrieval of files from Mac OS X 10.5 x, Snow leopard and leopard. It restores folders from IDE Hard Drives, SCSI, SD, XD memory cards, Memory sticks, FireWire Drives etc. This tool works on HFS+, HFSX, FAT16, FAT32 file systems. As this tool helps the user preview the restored files prior to their restoration recovering Mac files within minutes is within the realms of possibility. Apart from data recovery tool there is a specific too developed to fix Avi on Mac and transform an unplayable movie file into a playable one. Not just Avi you can also use this tool to retrive images that got deleted accidentally, find more about image recovery by clicking here.
Steps to retrieve lost files on Macintosh:
Follow the steps mentioned below to recover your missing Macintosh folder
Step 1: Download and install the Mac recovery application. From the main screen choose “Recover Files” and then select “Recover Lost Files”.
Step 2: After the scanning is over, you’ll get a list of recoverable files. Choose the ones you wish to restore.
Step 3: Choose the destination drive and finally save the file.