Get Back Deleted Files on Mac

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.x and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion & Mavericks)

Are you searching a tool to get back deleted files on Mac hard drive? If yes, then don’t worry because many file rescue tools are available on internet which makes regaining files on Mac simpler. But some tools may decrease possibility of rescuing files. So, always pick best tool and get free from fear of losing important files completely.

In Mac hard drive file loss is very general thing due to different reasons like file header corruption, file system error, journal corruption and accidental deletion etc. No matter how your precious files deleted on Mac hard drive because you can easily get back them using Mac undelete tool which is particularly proposed to get back deleted files on Mac hard drive and other media storage devices such as USB drive, flash Drive, iPod and external hard disk. This tool is proficient to regain more than 300 file types including power point document, video, audio, pictures, MS word documents and several file types etc on Mac hard drive. This tool consists of effectual algorithms which help in deep scanning of hard drive to find deleted files in a couple of minutes. It also helps to recover deleted pictures from SD card on Mac computers without any more difficulty.

Some of the scenarios which make you to lose files on Mac hard drive are:

  • Bad sectors: Generally bad sectors are forming on Mac hard drive after carrying out many read or write process or due to virus infections, then these bad sectors may delete file system  and makes inaccessible hard drive.
  • Accidental deletion: Consider you are having a folder which consists of many files in that. But you are pleasing more time to open an exact document from that folder. So, you may plan to delete few unwanted files but while doing deletion procedure by chance you may delete expensive files and documents which resulting in loss of files. In order to avoid file loss, always have a backup before doing any deletion function in PC.
  • Journal corruption: in Mac, journalizing is the method in which files can confined from any unexpected power failure. The journal keeps all the crucial information that Mac PC need to get back to a previous working state. Serious penalty can result if journal gets corrupted and it can make a volume or partition unmountable which results in loss of data.

Are you worried of losing valuable files on Mac due to above mentioned scenarios and browsing a solution to overcome by file loss? Don’t worry, with the help of this advanced data rescue tool, you can easily get back your deleted files on  Mac. And files deleted due to fragmentation tool failure, accidentally  emptying thrash, interrupting file transfer process etc can be easily brought back by this tool. Moreover, it is capable of Undeleting Mac files from Lion, Leopard and Snow Leopard versions of Mac OS X after corruption due to virus threats.

This tool supports execution of data rescue from SD card on HFS+, FAT16 and HFSX in a couple of minutes. Even you can use this tool to undelete camera pictures from different memory cards such as MMC, XD, memory sticks etc. Moreover, demo version of this tool is also available; you can download it freely and check the efficiency of rescuing deleted files on Mac. Due to it's user friendly nature, this program can even be operated by a beginner. Browse around this page to get detailed information about this tool.

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.x and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion & Mavericks)

Guidelines to rescue deleted files on Mac are:

Step 1: Download and install demo version completely on PC. Double click on software to begin rescue process and select "Recover Volume/Drives" option as shown in figure 1. Next select "Formatted/ Reformatted Recovery" option and move on to further steps.

Save Deleted Files on Mac - Main Screen

Figure 1 : Main Screen

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.x and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion & Mavericks)

Step 2: Select appropriate volume and click on "Next" button to begin scanning, finding and rescuing files as depicted in figure 2.

Save Deleted Files on Mac - Select Volume

Figure 2: Select Volume

Step 3: After carrying out complete recovery process, you can see rescued list of files from that volume and save recovery session which ignores rescanning of volume.

Save Deleted Files on Mac - Rescued Files

Figure 3: Rescued Files

Note: If you are satisfied with list of rescued files then buy full version to save those files to your disk.

For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

For Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8),
Mavericks and Yosemite (10.10) Users