It is very hard to bear for everybody, when he finds their valuable files such as photos, sounds, videos etc lost with deleted or lost hard drive partitions. Sometime ago, it was very critical problem for those who were using Macintosh operating systems as there no such application was available, which can retrieve data efficiently after hard drive partition loss or deletion. Now, you can get back all files easily, which have been lost with hard drive volumes by employing the best Mac partition recovery tool i.e. Partition Recovery Tool. It is the most proficient software to restore hard disk partition data on Macintosh systems, which facilitates Mac users to recover partition data deleted or lost after accidental deletion of partitions, re-formatting or re-partitioning of partitions, catalog file corruption, MBR corruption and due to other reasons.
While using Mac system, there may be several factors, which lead to partition loss. Sometime, you might end with deleting hard disk partitions accidently or intentionally. Due to operating system malfunction, file system corruption, catalog file corruption and other similar reasons, hard drive partition data becomes inaccessible and you cannot able to access any file store these inaccessible partitions. To make accessible these partition, the only option remains with you is deletion of corrupted partition so that you can create fresh partition again. You may also attempt to delete a partition when there remains no space to store data. While deleting particular partition, some user get delete other partitions accidently. However, you can access data from inaccessible or lost partitions without deleting it and this can be achieve by using Partition Recovery Tool. Software locates deleted or lost HFS and HFS+ partitions and performs data recovery from corrupted partition within few steps.
Macintosh OS comes with Disk Utility application, which allows you to resize, format or delete hard drive partitions. Any interruption during expanding or shrinking partition size or formatting partitions can result in partition loss. Use of third party application for above purpose can also leads to partition loss. Sometime hard drive partition gets delete or lose while upgrading current OS with newest one. Actually, when you attempt to upgrade operating system in your computer, any interruption like power surge, software conflict, termination of program etc can also results in partition loss. However, hard drive partition lost after such disasters can be easily restored by using Partition Recovery Tool. Not only on Mac, you can also recover partition data after upgrading Windows OS as it supports partition recovery on both Mac and Windows OS environments.
Partition Recovery Tool is designed with advanced technology to support users to restore HFS and HFS+ partitions on Mac along with FAT, EXFAT, NTFS5, NTFS partition recovery on Windows computer. It supports partition recovery from SATA, ATA, IDE, PATA hard drives. Apart from partition recovery from internal hard drive, you can also retrieve deleted or lost partition from external hard drives. Along with hard drive partition recovery from Macintosh operating systems, it also restores partition data from Mac computers such as MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and iMac etc.
Steps to Restore Hard Disk Partitions On Mac:
Step 1: Download free demo version of Partition Recovery Tool and install it to Mac machine. Launch the software, you will find main window with three options as shown in figure 1. Select "Recover Volumes/Drives" option.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: On next window you will find two options as shown in figure 2. Select "Volume Recovery" option.
Figure 2: Select Volume Recovery Option
Step 3: As you select "Volume Recovery" option, software will show list of hard drive volumes on next window from where it can retrieve files. Select hard drive volume from where you want to restore data.
Figure 3: Select Volume
Step 4: After hard drive volume selection, software starts recovery process. It scans complete hard drive volume and shows all recovered files on a separate window as shown in figure 4.
Figure 3: Preview Recovered Files