Recover deleted and lost files from MacBook
The fact that the laptop is more compact than the desktop PC is definitely an advantage when you consider the ease with which you can work, browse or even play, when you are on the move. It is this very reason that is attracting more users towards laptops than desktops. The user can choose from a variety of Apple notebooks like the Mac Book Pro and Mac Book Air. The only thing that is a drawback for the laptop is the vulnerability of data loss. Since laptops are made up of fragile parts, we can expect data loss to occur more due to physical errors than due to logical errors. But the data loss due to logical errors are still the major cause for data loss on Apple notebooks.
Data loss on Mac book can occur due to various reasons like errors during the startup, errors due to intermittent shutting down of the Mac book, and other common reasons like virus attacks, malware, accidental deletion etc. Data loss resulting out of physical errors will need the help of data recovery services for recovery of data. However logical data recovery on a Mac book can be made possible by the use of a good Mac data recovery software.
There are certainly various suggestions and troubleshooting methods including various updates that you can find on Apple's Support page. These might be of help, when the data loss is not severe and the Mac is working fine, but when you are facing a severe data loss scenario on your Mac, it is always better to make use of a Mac recovery software to recover the deleted/lost data. MacBook Recovery software lets you recover deleted/lost files and volumes on MacBook with ease.
Follow the steps given below to install the software, and performs MacBook Recovery with ease.
Step 1: Start Mac Data Recovery application by clicking the desktop icon. The main screen of the software gets displayed as shown in Figure a.
Figure a : Main window
Step 2: The different drives and volumes connected to the system get displayed as shown in Figure b. Pick the volume on which you want to perform data recovery, and click the Recover button.
Figure b : Select volume
Step 3: Clicking the Recover button, opens a new window which lists out all the different file types that can be recovered. You can select specifically the file type that you wish to recover, or alternatively click on the Select All button, to select all the file types, as shown in Figure c.
Figure c : Select file type
Step 4: After selection of file types is complete, click on the Next button. Clicking the Next button, starts the scanning process. The selected volume is scanned for lost/deleted files, and once the scanning is complete, the found files and folders are listed out in a tree format as shown in Figure d.
Figure d : Found files and folders
Step 5: Once the tree structure has been formed, the next step is to save the data onto a safe location. Select the files that you wish to save, or click the Root folder if you want to select all the files. Click the Save button.
Clicking the Save button opens a window that lets you select the destination drive,where the recovered data is to be saved. Select the destination drive where you want to save the recovered data, and click the Save button.
Clicking the Save button, saves the selected data onto the destination drive that was specified. The data that has been saved can be now accessed as before.