Mac Hard Disk Recovery

Formatted Disk Recovery on Snow Leopard

Are you looking to retrieve files from formatted hard disk? Wants a hard disk recovery program for Mac OS X Snow Leopard system? Desperately looking to retrieve files from formatted disk on Snow Leopard? Do not panic!!! With the introduction of Mac Hard Disk Recovery software, now it is quite easy to recover MacBook Air HDD data after accidental format or reformat of hard disk volumes. This utility is the best file recovery tool over the internet, and will successfully restore more than 300 different types of file formats.

Disk formatting is one of the major reasons for data loss. Plenty of people across the globe suffer from data loss problems due to formatting of hard disk drives, memory card, USB flash drive, etc. In formatting, operating system of your computer erases complete data from the particular drive and marks the drive as empty. However, files and folders lost after formatting can be recovered. This is possible because in formatting only file pointers are erased. Actually, complete data is still present on the hard disk and can be retrieved with the help of data recovery tools. Using Mac hard disk recovery application you can retrieve files from formatted disk on Snow Leopard in few simple clicks. The recovery tool can help you for hard drive bad sector recovery.
Hard disk on Snow Leopard might get format due to the following reasons-

  • Accidentally formatting important hard disk volume while trying to format another drive
  • Using Mac Disk Utility to format, reformat, create, shrink, or delete hard disk volumes
  • Reinstalling Mac OS X Snow Leopard or any other operating system on your computer
  • Using low quality tools to format hard disk
  • Formatting corrupt volumes after catalog file corruption
  • Repartitioning hard disk drive to create new volumes
  • Software or hardware malfunction leading to disk corruption

Shareware experts have always given some precautionary steps to be followed to prevent data loss on computer or on other devices. Firstly, try to take regular backup of your precious files on external storage drives. Secondly, use only genuine and recommended utilities on your Macintosh machine. Lastly, try to avoid data loss due to common human errors such as accidental deletion or formatting. Always check Trash folder for the deleted files before emptying it.

However, if you are still facing data loss problems, straightaway download and use Mac Hard Disk Recovery software on your Mac. This software works well on all major Macintosh operating systems including Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Leopard, and Lion. You can easily recover lost files after Mac OS X crash or from hard disk having bad sectors. It creates a replica of the hard disk having bad sectors and later restores files and folders from that disk image. The software has an excellent interface that is very much user-friendly and it takes only few minutes to retrieve lost data. Moreover, you can retrieve Mac external hard drive data after format or corruption issues. It supports data retrieval from Seagate, Western Digital, Iomega, Buffalo, LaCie, Samsung, Apple, Kingston, and other brands of external hard disk drives. This award winning application performs data recovery on Mac OS X Lion and retrieves more than 300 file types based on their unique signatures.

Steps to retrieve files from formatted disk on Snow Leopard

Step 1: After successful installation of the Mac Hard Disk Recovery utility, open its home window as shown in fig A.

Retrieve Files from Formatted Disk on Snow Leopard - Main Window

Fig A: Main Window

Step 2: Select formatted hard disk from the list of logical drives as shown in fig B.

Retrieve Files from Formatted Disk on Snow Leopard - Select Formatted Disk

Fig B: Select Formatted Disk

Step 3: In few minutes, you will see the list of retrieved files as shown in fig C.

Retrieve Files from Formatted Disk on Snow Leopard - List of Recovered Files

Fig C: List of Recovered Files

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