HDD Partition Recovery

Get Back Data from MacBook Air Partition

  • An extremely useful utility to recover data from MacBook Air drive partitions
  • Compatible with MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Mini etc.
  • Supports both HFS and HFS+ disk file systems
  • Recovers any type of images, audio, video, documents etc, from the Mac volumes instantly

Are you worried and hastening out to search a way to get back files from MacBook Air hard drive? No need to get panic!!! Just download Partition recovery software on the hard drive of your Mac system and make use of this powerful tool which can restore partition MacBook Air within a fraction of minutes. This tool is the most effective file retrieval tool which is available on the internet and is highly reviewed by skilled professionals who are having years of experience in developing restore toolkits. Check out here to know how the software can rescue hard drive files on MacBook Air laptops easily and quickly.

Before we see more enhancing features of this software, let us take a glimpse of what is MacBook Air and what are the reasons for loss or deletion of the files?

Mac OS X created by Apple is considered as one of the standard operating systems which facilitates the user with better data security and multitasking properties. Apple has released varieties of models such as MacBook Air, Mac Mini, MacBook Pro, etc. Among these products, MacBook Air the thinnest laptop which is widely used the people worldwide. MacBook Air stores all types of file in a hard drive which is further segmented into multiple smaller sections which are known as volumes to store and organize files in a proper manner. A volume lets you to keep your personal files separate from installed application files or the operating system files. Even though MacBook Air offers a greatly advanced set of features and secures the saved information, but under certain instances, you would also lose your precious data even from these MacBook Air volumes.

Some general reasons for loss or deletion of files from MacBook Air Partitions are:

Formatting: This is the most common scenario for losing data from MacBook Air laptops. Accidental or intentional formatting of MacBook Air volumes will result in deletion of all the information stored on the specific drive and makes you face heavy loss of stored files.

Accidental Deletion: Deletion of the files on MacBook Air laptop by the use of “Command+Delete” Key while deleting some unneeded files will causes a permanent loss of files. This is because when you erase any file using this key combination, the deleted file will not be moved to Mac Trash folder instead it bypasses and your files will be lost forever. This is also a case with some external drives for example WD, Hitachi, Seagate, etc. connected to your MacBook Air laptop. But, by using partition recovery program you can easily recover deleted WD external hard disk partition files including all other external Hard disk drive brands with utmost ease. Browse around this website http://www.hddpartitionrecovery.com/wd-external-hdd-deleted-partition-recovery.html for more helpful hints.

Virus Infection: Severe infection of suspicious viruses such as malware, spyware, Trojan, etc. on your MacBook Air volumes might damage the file system of the laptop and does not allow the user to access the files leading to data loss.

MBR Corruption: MBR (Master Boot Record) which is the most crucial part of the hard disk as it contains all the essential information about the created partitions. If this MBR gets damaged or corrupted due to any unknown or known reason it generates file system errors and makes the MacBook Air partitions unusable resulting in loss of files.

No matter how you have lost data from your computer or laptop, the hard drive recovery software can bring back all lost data. It can access deleted or lost files from your hard disk by using the inbuilt recovery modules. Know more about the hard drive recovery software and avoid losing your important data.

What makes the partition recovery tool unique?

By making use of this toolkit user can successfully restore deleted, lost, or inaccessible data not only from MacBook Air but also all the other models such as MacBook Pro, Mac Mini etc. This utility makes use of powerful scanning engine that scans the entire MacBook Air partition to identify file types and then rescue lost files with the aid of their unique file extension. This application provides all the fundamental data retrieving modules which will let you get back your lost or deleted data with the complete directory structure. The software assists you to perform lost HFS partition recovery on Mac OS X Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard and earlier versions. You can run the software to carry out file recovery on other digital devices like memory cards, USB flash drives, iPods and more. The tool has a simple user interface and can be used by a normal person having no computer knowledge.

Note: This tool is also capable to recover data from RAID 5 partition in an effective manner on your Windows OS based computer and laptops. To know more about this tool’s working procedure, visit here: http://www.hddpartitionrecovery.com/raid-5.html

Procedure to use partition rescue toolkit:

Step 1: Download and install the partition recovery software on the hard disk of your MacBook Air laptop. As shown in Figure 1. Choose “Recover Volumes/Drives” option and then select “Volume Recovery”.

Restore Missing HFS Partition on Mac OS X Lion - Main Window

Figure 1: Main Window

Step 2: This utility will allow you to select the hard drive from which you want to restore lost or deleted partition and then click on the “Next” button as shown in Figure 2.

Restore Missing HFS Partition on Mac OS X Lion - Select Drive

Figure 2: Select Drive

Step 3: After scanning the drive, a list of volumes will be displayed. Once the scanning process is done, you can preview the list of files recovered and save them on the desired location as shown in Figure 3.

Restore Missing HFS Partition on Mac OS X Lion - Restored Files

Figure 3: Restored Files

For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

For Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8),
Mavericks and Yosemite (10.10) Users