The Right Steps for Users to Recover Mac Lost Files

Mac OS X has become one of the most popular operating systems for its unique integrated technologies, features and performance. Though the Mac systems are considered very much robust, it doesn’t mean that data loss is impossible, that’s why it is advised to take regular backup of the important data. We may lose data from Mac system due to a number of reasons and need to recover lost data. So, how can we recover the lost data with easy method or useful software? Take it easy, first thing in this article we need to learn is that the common situation which may make data loss happen, now let’s check it out.

Data Loss Situation

Mac machine malfunction (logical damage)

When Mac drive fails, we may not get the access of important files and come across strange behavior of your system. The most common symptoms of a bad Mac drive are as follows:

  • File system corruption

  • Disk is unreadable

  • No mountable file system; hard drive cannot be mounted

  • Errors while accessing any particular volume of Macintosh HD

  • The Macintosh computer reboots automatically

Human improper operation (human error)

  • Accidentally or intentionally delete valuable data such as Command+ Delete, and emptying trash bin

  • Format HD without backup

  • Other improper operation on Mac

Other Problems

  • Virus inflection/ attack

  • Unexpected power failure

All the above problems of data loss are logical damages. The drive is physically intact, but we cannot access data, application, and even operating system stored on it.

Possible or Not-Recover Lost Data?

Yes, it is possible to solve data loss problem, this is my answer. But you will ask why the lost data can be restored? Actually it is not so difficult to understand. When you store a file in to a hard drive, the operating system will find space on the File Allocation Table (FAT) which marks down the usage of all the space of your hard drive at first, and then write the content of this file on the partition of the hard drive and marks the space is occupied by this file.

When you delete a file, the operating system will not do any operation to the partition which the file is there, but only free up the space for it. So you still have chances to recover the lost files, but it is very important for you: Don’t put anything new into the drive since you know the new data will take the space of the “deleted data” by reading the info above.

Right Steps for Mac users to do when suffer data loss

In order to improve the chance to retrieve lost data on Mac, you need to apply the necessary steps.

If you suspect a physical hard drive malfunction, the best thing you should do is to back up your data immediately if possible. If you can’t do it, shut down your system and take the whole drive to a professional. When you heard a new, unusual sound coming from your hardware like a buzzing or clunking sound, it signs that the hard driver may physically damage.

Note: Keep your hard drive in a cool, dry environment to prolong its life.

If you lost data due to the above reasons, stop using the Macintosh hard drive to store any information, as it is hard to restore your deleted data if it has been overwritten by new content. Try to use Mac Time Machine to rescue data, which backups your data every hour. If you didn’t get the data loss back still, you can turn to the third party software for help, such as uFlysoft Data Recovery for Mac.

However if you have backed up your information regularly, you can restore the data no matter whether it was overwritten or not. It is your best defense against data loss.

Key Features of uFlysoft Data Recovery for Mac

1. Recover deleted files, reformatted hard drive, lost data.

2. 100% safe to recover all data loss without damage on your data.

Flexible to pause, stop, data recovery in the scan process.

To get more details about Mac lost files, please log on our official website by clicking uFlysoft studio.

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