Recover files from unmountable drive Mac
Volumes in Mac:
Volumes are logical partitions in Mac systems. Volumes are basically used to store system files, software files and user data independently. Volumes can also help us to manage, store and access data simultaneously. During booting a Mac, all the local file systems in a volume are mounted by the operating system, in other words, the OS first learns about the file systems of each volume. This mounting helps the operating system to gather information about the corresponding volume of the system. This clearly means that, to gain access to data in a particular volume, the corresponding volume must first be mounted properly on the operating system.
However under some erroneous conditions, a volume may not get mounted on the OS i.e. the volume remains un-mounted. As a result, the data in that volume becomes inaccessible. Some of the common reasons behind the un-mountable logical volumes are: virus or malware infection, file system corruption, operating system malfunction and so on. When you run into a situation like this, you can use Remo Recover (Mac) Pro edition software to get access to your files and folders. Remo Recover software has been designed to find files and folders from unmounted volumes.
Remo Recover (Mac) Pro edition:
Remo Recover (Mac) Pro edition software is an innovative utility which can recover data from deleted / missing volumes, formatted / reformatted volumes and repartitioned drives, with complete folder hierarchy. In addition to this, the software allows us to recover data from in-accessible or corrupt volumes and volumes that fail to mount. To recover data from un-mountable volumes, you just have to download and install the software. Then follow the sequence of instructions mentioned in the pop up window to recover the data. You can also download the demo version of this software and run it to check the efficiency of this software.
Why Remo Recover?
Remo Recover software has a complete understanding of the file system compatible with Mac OS. It also has a thorough understanding of over 300 file types. It identifies inaccessible files by reading the header and footer of the file types.
Understanding Unmounted Volumes:
The main reason for unmounting of volume in Mac OS is file system corruption. A file system corruption is directly related to corruption or loss of MFT (Master File Table). MFT is a file in the file system that maintains a record of every other file in the file system. Once MFT gets corrupted the file system loses its ability to identify and manage files which are associated with it. This is known as file system corruption.