Recover Volumes lost after Re-partitioning of the hard drive
Partitioning of the hard drive is a great way of organizing the available disk space on your hard drive efficiently. This not only helps you utilize the available disk space to the maximum extent possible, but also helps in running each partition as an independent entity. Some users create partitions for customizing the hard drive and keeping all their work related files on one partition, and their favorite music, photos and videos on another, while others use it to install different versions of Mac on different partitions.
The Disk Utility can be made use of to create partiions on Mac. Re-partitioning is also considerably easier in Mac than it is in Windows. You can set access previleges for each partition that you create, to prevent unwanted modification of data. You an follow the folowing steps to partition a disk in Mac,
The only issue with re-partitioning your hard drive is that it all the data that was previously present on the partition become inaccessible after the re-partitioning process. It is therefore essential to have a backup of all the data on the hard drive, before you re-partition the hard drive. If you do not have an updated backup of the data on the hard drive, you might end up losing data that is critical and valuable. In such scenarios it is essential that you get for yourself the best Mac data recovery software, to make complete recovery possible. Recover Partition from Mac software lets you recover volumes lost after re-partitioning of the hard drive with ease. This Mac data recovery software demands zero technical knowledge from the user and hence is both easy to use and efficient.
Follow the steps given below to install the software , and recover all your deleted files with ease.
Step 1:Double click the desktop icon or select the application from the programs list, to launch Mac Data Recovery software. This displays the main window of the software, as shown in Figure a.
Figure a : Main window
Step 2: The drives and volumes that get detected by the system are displayed, as shown in Figure b. Choose the drive from which the lost volumes have to be recovered, and then click on the Recover button.
Figure b : Select Drive
Step 3: Just as you click the Recover button, a new window where the user can select the appropriate option, is displayed, as shown in Figure c. The three options that are available for the user are,
Figure c : Select appropriate option
Step 4: Select the Display default volume(s) option. Clicking on the Display default volume(s) button displays the volumes that already exist on the selected drive, as shown in Figure d. Select the volume which contains the deleted or lost data, and click the Next button.
Figure d : Select volume
Step 5: Click on the Next button to select the Scan Method that you want to make use of, as shown in Figure e. You can select from the two options that are available.
Select the Standard Scan option.
Figure e : Select Scan option
Step 6: The software starts to scans the drive that has been selected as soon as you click the Standard Scan option. The software searches the drive for the lost data, and lists all the found files and folders, as shown in Figure f.
Figure f : Found files and folders
Step 7: Once the files get listed in the tree format, the next immediate step is to select a safe location where the recovered data can be saved. If you want to save all the listed files, click on the Root folder or else specifically select the files you want to save, and click on the Save button.
A window to choose the destination drive is displayed when you click the Save button. Specify the destination drive, where you want to save the data, and then click on the Save button.
To save the data that you have selected onto the selected destination drive, click on the Save button. The data gets saved immediately. The saved data can now be accessed as before.