Data Recovery after Boot Camp Error on Mac System

Nowadays it is possible to boot dual platform operating systems in a single machine!!! Most of the industry professionals or normal users might want to access Windows specific applications on Macintosh systems. Now, with the advancement in the technology, users can install the Windows operating system on Intel based Mac computer with the assistance of Boot Camp software. This software acts as a bridge to keep these operating systems separate on system hard disk drive. You can install compatible versions of the Windows operating system on Mac OS X system.

As we know for every technology there are some merits and demerits, likewise Boot Camp software provides significant feature i.e cross platform compatibility, but some unfavorable conditions may results in heavy data loss on Mac system due to Boot Camp errors. However, tremendous growth in technology puts full stop to all your worries about missing data due to Boot Camp error. Before proceeding further have a glance on causes for Boot Camp error on Mac system:

  • Unexpected Interruptions: Interruptions like sudden power loss or abnormal system shut down while installing Boot Camp program on Mac system may cause Boot Camp error
  • Compatibility Issues: If you try to install the Windows operating system of 32 bits into Macintosh system having 64 bit OS, then you will get Boot Camp related errors and your Mac system data may go missing in certain critical situations
  • Unsuitable Disk Utilities: Don’t use disk utilities that are not belong to Mac System while installing Boot Camp software, as it may results in Boot Camp error and might also erase the entire hard disk drive of Macintosh machine
  • Memory Space Related Issues: Unknowingly or by mistake, if you have allocated very little memory space during installation of Boot Camp and trying to extend it later without having proper knowledge. This process may tend to Boot Camp error, which might result in crash of Mac hard drive and heavy data loss

One of the best practices is backing up the data in regular basis or prior to installation of Boot Camp program, which will help you at the time of data loss. Absence of backup may put you in panic stricken. In such condition you should rely on relevant data recovery software like Yodot Mac Data Recovery to extract the erased data from Mac hard drive.

Yodot Mac Data Recovery software is best in recovering data after Boot Camp error on Mac system. In addition, this tool can give assistances to get back data from corrupted hard drive or any other storage devices. This tool is compatible with all versions of Mac operating systems such as Mac OS X 10.5 x (Leopard), Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and Mac OS X 10.7(Lion) and it supports recovery of files from FAT 16, FAT32, HFS+, HFSX, ExFAT, FAT12 partitions successfully. This application has read only feature, therefore it just access the data from the system hard drive, but does not modify existing contents.

Steps to recover data after Boot Camp error on Mac OS X:

  • Download and install Yodot Mac Data Recovery tool to that Mac computer
  • If your entire system hard drive corrupted due to Boot Camp error, then connect that hard drive to a healthy Mac system as external drive
  • Launch the software and proceed with on screen steps. Now, you will get a window with two options, “Volume Recovery” or “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery”
  • Select “Volume Recovery” option to rescue data from particular volume or partition on Mac system
  • The software scans entire Mac system and displays all the drives associated with it, choose the volume from where you have to extract data and click on “Next” button
  • Later, the tool scans the selected volume and displays missing data
  • You can select the desired file types which you want to retrieve back or just click on “Mark All” option
  • At last, save the retrieved data to your desired location, although not to the same hard disk from where you recovered the data

Keep an eye on these instructions:

  • Be attentive while resizing or repartitioning the Boot Camp partition
  • Improper usage of Boot Camp software may modify or erase your Mac system hard drive data, therefore backup your existing data
  • Make sure that your Mac system is not running in low battery while installing the Boot Camp software