How to Find Deleted Files on Mac Hard Drive?

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Storing important information in the digital form often exceeds the value of hard drives. Loss of precious files from computer may results in a true disaster. For example, mistakenly deleting a file that contained project report, client database, account details, etc. No one wants to say good-bye to such a precious data. Even the home users don’t like to forget about deleted photo albums, containing past memories of unforgettable moments. And yet, why the data loss occurs from Mac hard drives? It may not be possible to avoid data loss completely. However, you can get back deleted files by using Mac hard drive recovery software. Finding deleted files on Mac Hard Drive is very simple by using this software.

After deleting necessary files on Mac, you may be looking in Trash for restoring them. The files that are deleted by using “cmd + backspace” will move to the Trash. However, you cannot find deleted files if you have emptied Trash by using “cmd + Shift + Backspace” key combination. Then you need to go through the third party software to bring back Trashed files on Mac. Mac hard drive recovery is the powerful software, which can assist you for finding deleted files. It enables to get back all deleted files including excel files, Word documents, photos, video files, etc.

Mac hard drive recovery software can be used to restore files on Mac, regardless of the loss or deletion reasons. It works very well to find lost data in various scenarios like virus attack, accidental deletion of volume, catalog file corruption, accidental formatting, etc. The formatted hard drive recovery on Mac is possible within few mouse clicks. To access deleted files, first it will scan entire drive, by using inbuilt scanning algorithm. It can also provide you the option to enter file types that you want to recover.

This is a professional Mac data recovery software available for your Mac computers. It is designed using latest technology, especially to undelete files on Mac hard drive. It supports to get back all deleted files from HFS+, HFSX, FAT16, FAT32 partitions or volumes. It is compatible with the all latest Mac operating systems like Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, etc.

Besides internal hard disk, one can also use this software for external hard drive data recovery. You can perform external hard drive recovery by connecting it to the Mac system where the recovery software is installed. During recovery procedure, only you need to do is selecting the suitable option and choose drive. Then the software automatically restores all deleted files from the drive. You can get back large number of files within a short duration. One can get more details on how to get files back from WD external hard drive, by visiting here -

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It is a secure and easy-to-use recovery software. It is a read only application so that the deleted files can be obtained back without any damage. This software is designed with user-friendly interface and hence there is no need of technical knowledge. One can easily understand all recovery steps without the help of computer experts. You can make sure file recovery possibilities before purchase, using demo version of the software.

Procedure to find deleted files from Mac hard drive

Step1: Run the recovery software and choose “Recover Files” option from the welcome page as shown in Figure 1.

Finding Deleted Files on Mac Hard Drive - Welcome page

Figure 1. Welcome Page

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Step2: From the next screen select “Recover Deleted Files” option as shown in Figure 2.

Finding Deleted Files on Mac Hard Drive - Recover Deleted Files

Figure 2. Recover Deleted Files

Step3: Now select your Macintosh Hard drive and let the software to scan it. Once the drive is scanned completely, you can see the recovered files using “Preview” option as shown in Figure 3.

Finding Deleted Files on Mac Hard Drive - Preview Screen

Figure 3. Preview Screen

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