Restore Lost Media Files from MacBook Running with Mountain Lion

Are you the one who looking to retrieve media files from MacBook Air running with Mac OS X Mountain Lion? Great, proceed to the download the hard drive partition recovery software to enjoy the hassle free media file recovery experience. Employing this tool, you can get back your deleted or lost media files from MacBook hard drive partitions at your finger tips without opting for recovery expert’s assistance. It is capable of recovering all popular audio, video and photo file types including digital raw photo files captured using professional DSLR cameras. It is easy to use media recovery software exclusively developed for MacBook and Mac desktops. With this recovery application, you can preview the recovered files before saving back to hard drive.

Losing media files from MacBook and other Mac machines is quite common. Suppose if you have lost your precious media files kept in MacBook hard drive, no need to worry as you have disk volume recovery software with you. Its powerful recovery engine scans the entire MacBook hard drive in few minutes and retrieves deleted or lost media files as they were before. You can also use this application to recover media files from accidentally formatted WD Elements 2TB external drive and other portable hard drives. Upon recovery, you can save your recovered video, audio or images to any digital storage device which is open to MacBook Air on which you are performing recovery.

Usual reasons for losing media files from MacBook:

  • Unintentional deletion of media files while deleting unwanted files
  • Deletion of essential media file by third party applications
  • Accidental formatting of MacBook volume or removable storage media
  • Synchronization errors while transferring media files between MacBook and external storage media
  • Corruption of MacBook file system or hard drive corruption
  • Virus infection or application malfunctioning

Reasons for losing media files from MacBook may differ but the approach to undelete lost media files remains constant i.e. using Mac disk partition recovery tool. With its outstanding recovery process and simple interface, you will never face complications at recovery. Using this tool, you can also undelete lost files from corrupted Iomega Helium portable hard drive partitions. It is capable of recovering media files from all major brands of portable hard drives. For all those who have lost their precious media files from MacBook air and other Mac machines, hard drive recovery program serves best in recovering deleted or lost media files. Advanced media file recovery algorithm of this tool retrieves lost files from stored sectors of the hard drive. You can also use the Windows version of this tool to undelete deleted files from NTFS partitions of Dell Inspiron Duo laptop and other Windows laptop hard drives.

Simple steps to recover media files from MacBook:

1. Launch the installed demo version of recovery program to explore the Main window as shown in Figure 1. Select "Recover Photos" from main menu and later choose "Recover Lost Photos" to undelete lost media files.

Retrieve Lost Media Files from MacBook Air Running OS X Mountain Lion - Main Window

Figure 1: Main Window

2. You will be asked to specify the drive or partition from where media files need to recover as shown in Figure 2. Select the intended MacBook volume and click on "Next" button.

Retrieve Lost Media Files from MacBook Air Running OS X Mountain Lion - Choose Volume

Figure 2: Choose Volume

3. Once the recovery process is finished, list of recovered media files will be displayed as shown in Figure 3.

Retrieve Lost Media Files from MacBook Air Running OS X Mountain Lion - Recovered Media Files

Figure 3: Recovered Media Files

4. Preview any recovered media file to ensure that the software has done a right job. If you feel that the software has recovered your needed files efficiently, purchase the full version to save recovered media files.

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