How to recover files
How to recover files

How to recover files on Mac?

The process of recovering lost files, photos, videos etc, which are deleted from trash bin or formatted Mac OS X. Usually it includes Mac OS X desktops, Macbooks and common Mac based portable or storage devices such as iPhone, iPad, iPod, iTunes, external hard drive, Digital Camera, Memory Card, SD Card, USB drive, Flash drive, pen drive, audio recorder and more. Loss of digital information remains a common phenomenon. General causes of data loss include hardware or software failures, power cuts, software malfunctions (including computer viruses) or simply human errors.

Mac DDR Data Recovery - Professional

Mac DDR Data Recovery - Professional

Any type of data which is saved in storage device is luckily almost always recoverable. When you format a Macintosh HD, actually the files are not deleted (until they are overwritten by other files). The file system of disk is replaced with a new empty file system, thus, the entries of all the files and directories stored on the disk are erased and they become inaccessible. But hard drive maintains an index file, which tells the operating system where a particular file is stored.

When you format the hard drive, links between index and file are deleted. The file remains physically intact. You can recover files after format as long as the original files are not overwritten by others.

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