If your critical office documents, photos, images, music, videos and valuable business data are lost and you donot have any backup, you need not worry as now.
Mac File Recovery is here to provide complete recovery across various Mac systems, media players and storage media.
Mac File Recovery is a dynamic Mac Data Recovery application that recovers deleted, inaccessible and corrupt data from HFS, HFS+, HFSX, HFS Wrapper and FAT file system volumes. It can recover all data lost due to file system corruption,
hard drive volume deletion or corruption, disk formatting, operating system corruption, erroneous file deletion and virus infection.
Mac File Recovery is a universal binary that supports data recovery from Mac OS X 10.3.9 Panther, 10.4 Tiger and 10.5.x Leopard. It supports both PowerPC and Intel based Macs. It can easily recover data from all common internal and external Mac storage media.
So, you can recover lost files from Mac desktop, Macbook and iPod along with Memory cards with just a single user friendly application.
Overview of Mac File Recovery software
Mac File Recovery Software is extremely easy to use advance Mac recovery, Data Recovery Mac software tool that recovers your data from corrupt mac volumes. Mac File Recovery utility performs a quick scan of your corrupt Mac drive to locate deleted files, formatted and corrupted partitions. It is a non-destructive utility that helps you to recover your precious data from deleted, formatted and corrupted mac partitions. more....
introduction of Mac File Recovery
Mac File Recovery software supports HFS, HFS+ Apple Mac OS X operating system as well as Apple Mac Recovery OS 9.x and higher Mac version.It recovers your damaged files in minutes without any hindrances in your business continuity, it allows even novice users to successfully recover lost data.When you place the order, you will receive an email with an activation key and download information immediately after ordering.
Need of Mac File Recovery arises due to following reasons:
- Disk Initialization
- Bad Sector in the disk
- Master Directory Block or Volume Header Corruption
- Partition Table Corruption
- Extents or Extents Overflow file corruption
- Catalog File's node corruption
HFS (Hierarchical File System) is the file structure used when formatting a volume for use in the Macintosh operating system. When one formats any disk (including a CD-ROM) for use on a computer running the Macintosh operating system, the formatting is done in accordance with the file system standard called pHFS.q
If your vital data from HFS, HFS+ partitions of Macintosh get lost, then it leads to many hardships. Recover Data for Mac-Mac File RecoverySoftware supports to recover lost or deleted data from corrupt, lost or deleted HFS Partition. Mac File Recovery - Mac Recovery software is a quick, simple and easy to use Mac recovery solution that helps you in file recovery in moments of disaster of a disk crash.Mac File Recover is a professionalHFS Data Recovery Software to recover & restore your vital data from Macintosh Operating Systems.
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"The free trial, where a prospective customer can see exactly what your product can do, is brilliant! There is no question, really, about what the program can do. Of course, some files may not be recoverable, but the scope of the program's efforts is quite clear. Other products claim to be able to recover files from a disk that is damaged, but in reality do not even try. Thank you for a wonderful product that recovered irreplaceable files from a hard disk that would not even mount. I hope I never have to use your product again (I back things up much better now!), but I derive a lot of comfort from knowing I have it if I need it.
!" -- Steve Adam, Montreal, Canada
System Requirements for using Mac File Recovery
- Mac OS X 10.3 or later.
- HFS+ file system
PPC or Intel Mac
running at 600MHz or Faster.
- A Storage Drive or Network Drive at least as large as the amount of data you wish to recover.