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Recover Lost/Deleted Volume
There are more than the obvious reasons for volumes getting disappeared from your Mac hard drive. You might have been across a situation when volumes do not appear in the Finder or they simply fail to mount. This happens either due to accidental deletion of a volume or because of incorrect partitioning or drive reformatting.
Partitioning paves the way for improved data access. However, an act of incorrect partitioning can cost you plenty in terms of your exceptionally important data. While trying to extend one of your iMac’s partitions, you accidentally deleted the one containing useful data or while upgrading to a higher version of Mac, you lost your data partition due to reformatting. All partition loss incidents similar to these result in massive data loss.
Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery is capable of locating missing volumes on your Mac hard drive. The software can virtually scan any Mac based storage media to recover deleted volumes and restore them to their original specs without a single change to their file structure. Using this robust tool, you can quickly comb through any HFS, HFS+, FAT, ExFAT, and NTFS drive for lost volumes, and proceed with data recovery to reclaim all your irreplaceable files.
Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery also supports recovery of NTFS-formatted Windows Boot Camp partition. To search lost volumes on Mac using this application, follow the below mentioned procedure:
- Run Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery. On the main screen, click ‘Start New Scan‘.
- On the next screen select Apple Hard Disk Drive.
- Then Select Search Lost/Deleted Volumes and click on Start Scan button.
- The software starts scanning the selected drive and displays all the lost/deleted volumes on the left pane of the interface. You can select lost volume and choose from ‘Recover Data’, ‘Deleted Recovery’, or ‘RAW Recovery’ to recover your lost data.
- The software starts scanning the selected volume and displays all recoverable data in the main interface. You can preview the desired files by right-clicking on them and selecting ‘QuickLook’.
- Select the desired files you need to recover and click ‘Recover’ at the bottom. Provide a destination path to save the recovered data.