Data Recovery on Macintosh

By Dan Hinckley

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We recently discussed the importance of backing up your data online with your Mac, and how you never know when you’ll loose the information you need most. And while it is a great idea to backup your information, there are times that you’ll be caught off guard, the backup didn’t include all the information you thought it did, or everything you did to prepare for such a situation will fail.

Its at those times that you’ll need to look into mac recovery, restoring the information that you’ve lost from their original storage device.

Macintosh Data Recovery

When disaster strikes and all the backups you’ve made fail to meet your needs, don’t fear as you can recover data on your macintosh hard drives. There are a number of third party software solutions that you can purchase or gain assistance from Mac consultants that can help you restore the important information that you thought was lost.

Often, macintosh data recovery software can restored up to 100% of the lost files. It may be wise to identify what options for data recovery will fit you best as you may not be comfortable sending your hard drive offsite to have it restored. There is often software that can help you recover the data and information you’re looking for.

iPod and iPhone Data Recovery

Like the Macintosh, your iPod and iPhone can often be recovered. We’ve discussed before ways that you can restore old back ups of your iPhone configuration, but there is also data recovery software that can help you pull off all of the files, pictures, and movies stored on your phone. iPod Recovery is always an option for restoring the music and video files you thought you had lost when your iPod was damaged.

These types of tool also work in times were you may have deleted the files from your iPod and your computer. Accidental removal of files can often be restored.

Do Your Research

Before focusing on efforts to restore your information, do your research about the product that you’re going to purchase. Make sure that it recovers information from the partition type (HFS+ for example) that you’ve used on the damaged drive. You don’t want to purchase a restoration method that doesn’t work with your unique situation.

About Dan Hinckley
Dan Hinckley is an experienced Mac user who converted to Apple products when they introduced them on Intel Processors. He loves helping others get more out of their devices! Subscribe to Maciverse.com to get the latest from Dan and the Maciverse Team!! Find out more about Dan:

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