Recovery of Deleted Files from MacBook Pro

In your day to day life you commit number of mistakes as it is a human tendency. What if the same thing goes with the technology? Can you get back the things? It happens to all: deleting a file, folder, and entire disk whether accidentally or purposely, then realizing that you’ve made a mistake. In such cases, you reach for backup but you don’t have backup. What now? Don’t get tensed. There are several utilities available to helpyou to recover deleted files.

File deletion is a very common way of losing information on various systems including Macintosh Computer. If you are using MacBook Pro then you are also familiar with Trash. It is used to store deleted files temporarily. There are many ways to retrieve deleted files from MacBook Pro. Before you know about the recovery strategy, let’s have a look on common ways of how files often get deleted on MacBook Pro.

What are the common ways that causes file deletion on MacBook Pro?

  • One of the main reasons behind permanent deletion of file is emptying Trash without taking backup of the files present in MacBook Pro Trash.
  • Downloading and making use of applications from the internet which are unsecured may also result in file deletion.
  • Accidental pressing of ‘command+shift+option+delete’ keys on keyboard will empty Trash without any notification.
  • Incomplete knowledge about Mac OS, unintentional click on Erase hard disk option in disk utility will cause complete deletion of files from MacBook Pro hard disk.
  • Accidentally formatting MacBook Pro hard drive without taking proper backup can also lead to deletion of files stored in it.

Likewise, files may get deleted accidentally on MacBook Pro. In the above mentioned situations you can recover deleted files from MacBook Pro if you have complete knowledge about Mac OS and you are technically sound in it. There is an option called Time Machine in all Mac Operating Systems which includes a record of various files that were created or modified. So, when you delete any file mistakenly go to Time Machine and restore the file. If you fail to retrieve deleted files from MacBook Pro using   mentioned strategy then, you can recover deleted files from Mac Book pro using MacBook Pro File Recovery tool.

Sometimes due to file system error or OS crash the partition map gets corrupted. In such cases entire volume could become inaccessible where this software plays an important role. To know more in details how to restore Mac files, visit:

 This software is capable of recovering varieties of deleted files from MacBook Pro and MacBook Air Notebooks. You can also recover deleted files from MacBook Pro on Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion and Mavericks Operating Systems. Apart from MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, it can also restore erased photos from SD on iMac, iPod, iPad, MacBook Mini and many more.

This software supports recovery of different types of files such as, photos, videos, songs, email, settings and other files deleted from iPods, flash memory cards, portable hard drives, pen drives etc. This safe and easy-to-use tool performs MacBook Pro recovery in an effective and efficient way. This software is also a reliable tool to recover files from hard disk of various popular brands such as SanDisk, Hitachi, Maxtor, Buffalo etc.

Following are the steps to restore deleted files on MacBook Pro:

1. Download and Install the demo version of Uneraser Tool and launch it.

2. From main screen to retrieve deleted files from MacBook Pro, Click on "Recover Files" option.

Mac OS X File Recovery-Main Screen

3. Click on “Recover Deleted Files” to perform deleted files recovery from macbook pro.

Mac OS X File Recovery-Recover Deleted Files

4. Next screen gives you a list of logical drives/volumes present on your MacBook hard drive. select a volume from where you want to recover deleted files from MacBook Pro. By clicking next, the tool starts to scanning for all deleted files from the selected volume.

Mac OS X File Recovery-Select Volume

5. Once the scanning process is completed, software provides a list of all recovered files. “Preview” the files (in data view or file type view) and select the files that have to be stored, specify new location and click “Save”.

Mac OS X File Recovery-Save Recovered Files

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