Mac’s have a built-in tool called Disk Repair to fix certain problems. It can be useful in the following situations:
- Mac won’t start up
- Files on your Mac are corrupted
- The external device won’t work properly
- If you Mac behaves strangely after a hard restart or after a power failure
- Performance of your Mac has degraded
- As part of general maintenance
How to run Disk Repair?
You can perform Disk Repair on both your external drives as well as on your Mac. If you are repairing an external drive, on the dock, open Finder, go to Applications > Utilities and proceed to step 3.
In order to repair a disk that is running on your Mac system, you will have to go through Recovery mode and follow the steps below.
- Restart your Mac
- When your Mac restarts, Hold Command and R keys until the Apple logo appears
- Select Disk Utility and click Continue
- Then, from the left menu, choose the disk that needs repair
- Click on First Aid
- If Disk Utility reports the disk is about to fail, you should backup your data and replace the disk. If not, proceed with the steps below.
- Click Run
- If Disk Utility reports that disk appears to be Ok or has been repaired, you’re good.
- If it reports error messages like ‘Overlapped extent allocation’, maybe some files occupy the same space on your disk. You will have to further examine each file in the list. Delete the files that can be replaced to solve the issue
- If it reports Disk Utility can’t repair your disk or it reports ‘The underlying task reported failure’, try to run Disk Repair again
If Disk Repair is successful, your Mac problems are solved and performance improved. However, if running Disk Repair doesn’t help solve the issue, reformat your device and reinstall OS.
Before you reformat your device, all data needs to be backed up. But if your drive is corrupted or inaccessible, backing up is hard. You will need data recovery software for this purpose. Remo Recover is a great tool to recover data from your Mac.
It is a partition recovery tool capable of recovering partitions with folder structure intact. It works on the read-only mechanism to recover your files. So, original data will not be altered during the recovery process.
In addition to recovering files from your system, it can also be used to recover files from external hard drives, USB’s, memory cards and other storage devices.
Compatibility of Remo Recover
- Supports all versions of Mac OS including High Sierra
- Supports all Mac devices such as MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini etc.
- Supports all file systems such as HFS, HFSX, FAT 16, FAT 32 etc.
Simple Steps to recover data from Mac using Remo Recover
Simple interface that Remo offers makes it easy for users to recover data. You don’t have to be a tech pro to use this software. To begin with, download and install the software on your system
- On the main screen, select Recover drives
- Then select Partition Recovery in the next screen
- Select the drive from which you’d like to recover partitions
- Choose the partition from the list of available partitions
- Once the scanning process is complete, a list of recovered files are listed
- You can Preview the files and save them to the desired location
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