Recover corrupt Mac hard drive files

Hard drive is the main storage of a Mac system which can be used to store different types of files including photos, audios, videos, text file, word document etc. Mac systems divide its hard drive into logical partitions called volumes for efficient storage of data. All important files including your operating system are stored in the hard drive of your Mac system. Sometimes you may lose your important files from a Mac hard drive due to certain reason like corruption. Corruption of your Mac hard drive can happen due to various reasons like abrupt system shutdown, bad sectors and virus/malware infection. If you have lost your files due to corrupt Mac hard drive then there is no need to worry. All you have to do is to look for software to recover files from Corrupt Mac hard drive.  

Some of the reasons responsible for corruption of hard drive are:

  • Power surge: Your Mac hard drive may get corrupted due to power surge. Improper shutdown of system due to power failure or any other reason, results in the corruption of hard drive thus causing inaccessibility of files.
  • Virus attack: Although Mac systems are less prone to virus but browsing some unauthorized websites and downloading contents from them may lead to intrusion of virus resulting in corruption of hard drive
  • Improper shutdown: Turning off your system forcibly without closing any opened applications may result in corruption of your hard drive leading to loss of all files and folders from Mac hard drive.
  • Bad Sector: Due to aging bad sectors appear on the hard drive. These bad sectors sometimes may cause corruption of hard drive which results in the loss of important files and folders.

There can be many other possible reasons for corruption of hard drive resulting in loss of files but solution is only one that is efficient recovery software. Mac Disk Recovery Utility is one of the best Mac recovery tools which is reviewed and suggested by most of the industry experts. It can easily recover files from corrupt Mac hard drive within few simple clicks. Along with corrupted hard drive it also helps you to retrieve files from deleted or formatted Mac hard drive. It performs rigorous scanning of corrupted hard drive sector by sector in order to restore files from it. It allows you to easily recover lost documents after Operating System crash or software incompatibility. With this competent recovery tool you can also  recover files from formatted Mac hard drive.

Moreover, you can also recover files from external hard drives, USB drives, FireWire drives etc. It can efficiently execute external hard drive recovery for Mac OS. It helps you to recover external HDD data on Mac OS corrupted due to improper removal of virus attack. Files lost from external hard drive due to any reason can also be recovered with the help of this software. The software is available with trial version. So you can evaluate the software to recover files from corrupted Mac hard drive by using the demo version. If you feel satisfied then you can buy the full version of this software.

Steps to to recover files from corrupt Mac hard drive:

Step 1: Download and install Mac Drive Recovery software. After launching the software, select “Recover Files” from the main screen to recover files from corrupted hard drive.

recover files from corrupt Mac hard drive - Main Window

Step 2: Select either “Recover Deleted Files” or "Recover Lost Files" option from the next screen as shown in figure.

recover files from corrupt Mac hard drive - Recovery Mode Selection Window

Step 3: Now select the corrupted Mac drive from where you have to recover your lost files. After selecting the drive, click on Next button.

recover files from corrupt Mac hard drive- Drive Selection Window

Step 4: Once the recovery procedure gets over, you can preview the recovered files in a systematic and organized manner by clicking on "Preview" option.

recover files from corrupt Mac hard drive- Preview Window

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