Restore Data from HFS+ Partition on Mac

Hierarchical File System Plus or most commonly HFS+ is default file system of different Mac operating systems. This file system allows users to manage different things on Mac system with utmost ease. Each of the files over the respective HFS+ drive can be easily accessed or modified. Files and folders that are saved on HFS+ partition sometime get missing due to varied reasons. The best way to recover data from HFS+ drive in such state of affair is implementation of HFS Partition Recovery software. Without facing any kind of problem this user friendly application recover data from HFS+ drive files in the exact same data format.

Files that are stored on Hierarchical File System Plus drive can get missing or unreachable due to varied reasons. Some of them are detailed as follows:

Accidental Deletion: Deleting any of the files on Hierarchical File System Plus drive is one of the common tasks. If this command is applied on some of the important file without any intention then it may cause loss of respective files. Here we must note that if deletion happens using simple command then it can be easily restored back from Trash folder. However, if the deletion occurs using some combination key then it may cause permanent loss of files.

File System Corruption: File system is one of the most crucial parts of any internal or external storage device. Therefore, if due to any reason such crucial part of the file system gets corrupted then it can cause loss of files at a very large scale. There are different reasons for corruption of file system such as improper system shutdown, error while creating or deleting partition, hardware issues, operating system crash, and many others.

Accidental Format: When we need to delete all of the files from HFS+ partition, then the best command for such state of affair is format. On application of format command on any drive each of the files from respective drive is erased immediately.

Other Reasons: There can be other reasons for loss of files from HFS+ partition; some of them are error while operating system installation, software conflict, driver issues, etc. In each of these sate of affair if we wish to make use of the corrupted drive, then first we need to format it. Visit this link to know more about such scenarios: http://www.hfspartitionrecovery.com/hfs+.html

In each of these scenarios file loss from HFS+ happens on a very large scale. In such situation users of Mac system need to remain calm and make use of this data recovery software as soon as feasible in order to recover data from HFS+ drive in best possible way. This application recover lost HFS partition on different Mac versions such as Mountain Lion, Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Mavericks and Yosemite. Some of the file formats that can be restored by this utility are JPEG, JPG, AVI, MOV, MP3, MP4, 3GP, PNG, GIF, DOC, DOCX, etc. Each of these files are retained back without altering them to any extend.

When scanning process get completed on the drive users can preview the files in four different categories such as file name, file size, file format, and creation date of the files. If needed, this software can be used to create recovery session in a very comfortable way. To know more specially about Mountain Lion, visit this link: http://www.hfspartitionrecovery.com/corrupt-hfsx-volume-recovery-on-mac-os-x-lion.html

Steps to recover data from HFS+ drive

Step 1: Download and install this software on another computer or laptop. After launching the software, select “Recover Drives/Volumes” option from the Main Screen.

recover data from HFS+ drive - Main Screen

Step 2: Now, select “Volume Recovery” option from the next screen to recover data from the HFS+ volume on Mac. After that, choose Mac hard drive and click on “Next” to start the data recovery process.

recover data from HFS+ drive - Select HFS+ Volume

Step 3: Once you finish the data recovery process, you can view the files recovered from HFS+ volume on Mac.

recover data from HFS+ drive - Preview Screen

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