Recovering Data from Crashed MacBook

Restore files and folders from crashed MacBook using Remo Mac Recovery software. This software supports all Mac OS including the latest Mac Yosemite.

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“How to recover data from crashed MacBook?” This will be the first question which comes to your mind when your MacBook fails to work and you don’t even have any backup copy. Thought, MacBook is designed with unique features, still it is not free from glitches. It may happen that one fine day, your MacBook refuses to open or freezes with blue or grey screen of death all of sudden. This indicates that your MacBook is crashed. Hence, you are not able to access vital data stored in MacBook.

MacBook crash occurs without any prior notification or warnings, thus it is recommended that you should maintain backup copy of vital data. There are numerous unpredictable scenarios that lead to MacBook crash like;

  • Modification in BIOS setting
  • Issue with Boot sector
  • Volume Map corruption
  • Partition Error
  • File system corruption
  • Bad sectors

Apart from above mentioned scenarios, there are many more that can cause MacBook hard drive crash. During such situation, most users lose hope of getting back their files and folders from crashed MacBook. But the fact is there are some ways by which you can easily get back your data from crashed MacBook. Look below:

Method 1:

Restart your Macbook and press Apple-V. This will start-up your machine in verify mode where start-up sequence is shown on screen. Alternatively, you can try Apple-S for single user mode. If you see message like “Unable to read fs block” then this means that you have bad sectors on your drive.

Method 2:

If you are unable to proceed due to read failure, then try booting the system by installing CD. Insert the OSX installation CD, and use “Disk Utility” and try “Repair Disk” option to diagnose the problem.

Method 3:

If “Repair Disk” fails, then try starting up using Target Mode. Connect MacBook to another Mac system via FireWire or Thunderbolt cable. Then, hold down T button during startup process and you will be able to access crashed Macbook drive. Make use of Finder to copy data to new drive.

Method 4:

In case, above method fails then try Remo Mac Recovery software. You just need to download and install the software in healthy Mac system. Then follow below given instructions:

  • Connect crashed MacBook drive to the system and launch the software
  • From displayed screen click on “Recover Volumes / Drives” option and then “Volumes Recovery” option.
  • Select crashed MacBook drive from the given list of drives and once you select the drive scanning process will take place
  • Soon after scanning process, a list of restored data will be displayed on the screen
  • You can select and preview recovered files by using “Preview” option
  • In order to save the restored file, you need to buy licensed version of the software
  • Then, save it any desired location

Why Remo Mac Recovery Tool to Retrieve Data from Crashed MacBook?

Remo Recover is well designed tool using latest technology which will scan entire crashed MacBook drive to find and restore data from it. It is secure to use as it does not make any changes in the original files during recovery process. This Data Recovery software for Mac has ability to recover various file types based on its unique signature.

It identifies and preserves same file name even after recovery process. Moreover, you can get desired files from recovered data list by using Find Tool option. Files systems like HFS+ and HFSX are supported by this utility. You can view restored data in Mac Finder Styled interface.

In addition, Remo Recover can also be used for

  • Recovering missing or deleted Mac volumes
  • Restore data from volume which fails to mount
  • Retrieving files which are emptied from Trash folder can also be restored
  • Ability to retrieve data from formatted or re-formatted drive/partitions

Supported Mac OS: Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks and Yosemite

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