Find Hard Disk Files on Mac

How to Find Hard Disk Files on Mac?

External hard drives are popular among the computer users due its portability and exclusive features like faster read / write speeds and high storage capacity. They are mainly used to store data backup purpose, as they can retain data for a long time without use of any power supply. Despite of such beneficial features, they do suffer from data loss scenarios.

Suppose, you have a MacBook Air with Mac OS X Lion installed in it. You have taken backup of some important files on your external hard drive previously. Now you urgently need those files from the external drive. Therefore, now you try to copy those files to your MacBook. Initially the Mac finder was able to detect the connected external hard disk, but now when you clicked on the hard drive on your computer, the finder took a long time to find hard disk files on Mac or finally HDD is crashed!! You tried to access the same drive in some other computer, but nothing could access it!! What should be done now to find hard disk files on Mac??? Did you lose your valuable data forever???

If you have assumed that you have lost those files forever, then you are completely wrong. Data from the external hard drive can still be retrieved. You will be able find hard disk files on Mac by using Data Disk Recovery program. This is one of the best hard drive recovery software that can restore data from your external hard drive lost due to any complex data loss scenarios.

Reasons that cause data loss from hard disk on Mac are:

Improper Usage: The hard drive can be badly affected due to improper usage. Actions like abrupt removal of the external hard drive from the computer while some files are being used can corrupt the file system of the external hard drive.

Accidental Formatting/Deletion: Data from the hard drive can also lost due to accidental deletion of some useful files. You may unintentionally delete some files from the external hard drive without your knowledge resulting in data loss. Accidentally formatting the external hard drive also deletes all data from it beyond user’s access.

Power Outage: Accidental shut down of the computer when the external hard drive is connected to the computer affects its file system and hence the data in it becomes inaccessible. The external hard drive may become inaccessible or files may get deleted after improper system shutdown or instant power failure.

In all the above cases, you can easily find hard disk files on Mac using Data Disk Recovery software. One thing you should keep in mind is that you should not use Mac hard drive once you lost files from it and you want to recover it.

The tool can restore data from external hard drives, computer hard disks, FireWire drives and many more storage devices deleted due to any complex data loss issues. It can easily undelete files from Mac hard drive after partition table corruption. This software works on all major versions of Mac OS X effectively. The software can even find data from corrupt external hard disk due to file system corruption. It supports data recovery on various types of hard drive types like SATA, SCSI, IDE and many others. This software allows you to rescue formatted disk of Seagate, Samsung and many brands of hard disk. Hard disk having bad sectors created after over clocking or frequent power failures can also be resolved. Learn more about reviving data from any hard disk of your computer within few clicks.

Steps to undelete hard disk deleted files on Mac:

Step 1: Download the software on your Mac and select "Recover Volumes/Drives" on the home screen as shown in figure A.

Recover Hard Disk Files on Mac - Home Screen

Figure A: Home Screen

Step 2: Select the Mac hard drive from the list of logical drives as shown in figure B.

Find Hard Disk Files on Mac - Select Drive

Figure B: Select Drive

Step 3: You can view the recovered files from hard disk as shown in figure C.

Restore Hard Disk Files on Mac - Preview Image

Figure C: Preview Image

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