Recently, my MacBook Pro suddenly froze. So, I forced shut down by holding the ‘Power button’. When I tried to reboot, it was extremely slow and after logging in, it froze again. This is happening continuously. After referring to some solutions online, I ran Disk Utility in recovery mode. It produced some error messages and the system turned off again. Now, I’m not sure if all my data is lost. Is there a way to recover my data and how do I do it?
Based on the symptoms you are describing, it looks like your MacBook Pro hard drive is failing. It can happen due to a number of reasons such as bad sectors on the hard drive, corruption in the partition table or catalog files/journal files.
But don’t worry! You can certainly recover all your data using Remo Recover (Mac). It is a wonderful hard drive recovery utility that can be used with failed or crashed hard drives. This application has the ability to restore all files including videos, images, audio files, emails, document files, etc. within a few clicks of the mouse.
The advantage of using Remo Recover Mac software is that it works using a read only mechanism to recover your files, so the originality and structure of all your partitions and data are maintained. This tool will help you even to restore files from SSD after formatting the drive, partition errors, Volumes are deleted etc. It comes in habndy in various other situations too while recovering data from Mac machines.
Salient features of Remo Recover Mac
Step 1: First remove your MacBook Pro hard drive and connect it to healthy system, then download and install Remo Recover Mac software
Step 2: Next, launch the software and wait for the main screen to appear. Here, select the Recover Volumes / Drives option.
Step 3: Select Partition Recovery option from the next window to recover data from a failed MacBook Pro hard drive.
Step 4: After that you select the desired volume from the list of volumes displayed
Step 5: Once you click Next the window will appear where you have an option to select the file types that you want to recover or select Skip to recover all the file types
Step 6: The software scans the selected volume and displays the recoverable files upon completion
Step 7: Use the Preview option to view the files and save them in a desired location
Protect your MacBook Pro hard drive