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Best Mac Hard Disk Recovery - Recover Deleted/Lost Mac Hard Drive Data

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Not every Mac user is in the habit of backing up data with Time Machine or secondary hard disk drive. When important data gets deleted or formatted, some of the users don’t have backups to restore the deleted or lost hard disk drive data. After then, if they want to get the data back, they have to make use of Mac hard disk recovery tool for help. It is a kind of Mac data rescue tool which is able to help users scan the hard disk on Mac for the deleted or lost files, including photos, videos, audio files, emails, documents and more. iBeesoft Data Recovery is such a professional Mac hard disk data recovery tool worthing a try. Here are some of its main features:

1.Supports Almost All the File Types Used on Mac

The Mac hard disk recovery software fully supports all the widely used file types on Mac, including videos, photos, documents, archives, audio files, and more. For each type of files, it supports multiple formats. For example, it is compatible with videos in .mp4, .mov, .avi, mpeg, and more.

2. Allows to Recover Data Lost in All Scenarios on Mac

Whether it is because you delete the files intentionally or unintentionally, say, hard disk crash/macos system/software crashed without saving the data, this Mac hard disk data recovery is able to help you recover deleted files on Mac easily and efficiently.

3. FREE to Try/Use

It is the exclusive feature among all the Mac hard disk recovery tools that iBeesoft Data Recover allows you to recover up to 200MB files for totally free. If the size of your files is less than 200MB, then you’re the lucky dog to get the hard disk data recovery done without costing a penny.

4. Supports Mac Hard Disks and External Hard Drives

Besides supporting data recovery from Mac hard disks, it enable users to recover files from external hard drive via Mac as well, including USB flash drive, SD card, TF card, Android phones/tablets, and cameras.

5.Easy-to-use, No Special Computer Techniques Required

Users can easily use the Mac hard disk data recovery tool without knowing any computer technique. Just follow the built-in wizard in the software, in 3 steps, it is done.

How Can the Mac Hard Disk Data Recovery to Recover Deleted or Lost Data on Mac?

Please note that all files deleted or lost from Mac hard disk are not gone right away. They’re marked as useless files and invisible, being ready to be overwritten by new data. You can’t do anything to recovery them manually, but need the Mac hard disk data recovery tool to scan and recover them.

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Here are the guide for how to use the Mac hard disk recovery tool:

Tips: If your macOS is 10.13, High Serria, please click here to it set up first.

Step 1: Select File Types to Recover.

iBeesoft Data Recovery for Mac recover all types of lost files by default. If you want to recover specific file types only, just select them at this step. Then click on "Start" button to start Mac hard disk recovery.

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Step 2: Select Mac Hard Drive to Scan.

Where you lose your data? Just select the hard drive at this step. Then click on "Scan" button to scan the selected hard drive to find lost files. If you lose data on external hard drive, you should connect the external hard drive with your Mac.

scanning mac hard disk to recover deleted/lost data

Step 3: Preview and recover deleted or lost files.

After scanning, Mac hard disk recovery software allows you to preview all recoverable files. Then select the wanted files and save them to your Mac. If the quick scan can’t find all your lost files, just try deep scan mode to find more lost files.

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Mac hard disk drive data recovery software – iBeesoft Data Recovery for Mac even can recover lost data when the hard drive becomes inaccessible on your Mac. This powerful Mac hard disk recovery software has the most powerful data recovery ability to help you recover all lost files without any loss. Just try it now.

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