Is it possible to restore datas from an iMac 2009 model which uses 32 bit operating system? What are all the ways available and which is the easiest way to get back the datas?
I am using an iMac pc. Recently I deleted an incomplete downloaded document in a different manner. I used pico a third party text editor to delete those files and it directly throws the doc out without moving it to the trash directory. Is it possible to recover deleted file data from iMac?
I cannot able to view my hard drive volumes in my iMac after reinstalling the Mac Mountain lion OS version. It asks me for a formatting option frequently whenever the pc is turned on. I cannot format the drive because I have some valuable information in those drive volumes. Does it possible to recover mac data? If so by what means?
IMac Pc is commonly called the best seller which is its nick name .The main advantage of the Mac OS used in it is the change in “under the hood” settings over its previous versions. In snow leopard the OS make use of the logical disk space in an efficient method. Unfortunately to recover data from Mac hard drive without using a third party tool or a software is a complicated task. It requires highly skilled knowledge to do it manually. But when the problem is left with the third party tool will be a wise alternative. The tool must be good enough to recover datas from advanced file systems and free from all type of vulnerability. And most of all it should support your 32 bit OS. It is much important because it is the rate that CPU handles the information.
Deletion using text editor:
Recovering deleted a major headache to the hard drive industry both in hard ware and software part. While the file created or deleted using software can be managed as same as the manual one the only difference is they just use codes instead of manual operation however this problem developed under hard ware is negligible to restore and getting back the datas cost high. To reach those datas the user can employ a tool that will create the disk image to recover information from the affected part. A tool with such capability is provided below.
Which is the best way?
In the mounting problem it is well recommended to format the drives after reinstalling or installing the Mac OS. This is because the secondary drive may be infected or may contain junk values which retard the efficiency of the hard drive in iMac. There is a large number of good software that will help in recovering information from the unmounted drive or disks. But only a certain tools are there that could recover data from disk volumes without causing any damage to the data available in the disk. A tool with that much capability is described below.
Some of the valid reasons that support the tool are
- Ø Avails good support for different Mac OS versions and a better performer in HFS+ and HFSX file systems
- Ø This single tool is much enough to recover datas from flash drives, memory cards, iPod, external hard drives and other external storage devices
- Ø Maximum comfort provided in restoring files from unmounted disk volumes and hard disks with bad sectors
- Ø Does not require much space to install and highly guaranteed for an efficient data recovery
- Ø Eminently gives good tech support and customer friendly approach
Some use full points to remember
- Ø Requested not to save any files on the Mac hard disk from where you lost or deleted data on hand. Once the files are deleted they are not permanently destroyed. They exist on the hard disk drive until the storage space where the files were stored is overwritten either by new files or by some other third party programs. It is better to avoid using hard drives
- Ø Avoid installing iMac recovery tool or any other application on the same drive that has been deleted or from where you have erased. Once the data is recovered using iMac recovery tool, save it on other healthy drive to avoid permanent data loss
From here the tool can be easily downloaded. Follow the instruction provided in the installation process