Mac Data Recovery after Journal File Corruption

Journalizing is a process in which data on Mac OS X is protected from any unexpected hardware and power failure. Most of the file system including HFS and HFS+ supports file system journaling and thus are less prone to corruption. However as all problems can’t be ruled out, serious consequences can result if the journal file gets corrupt for instance it can make Mac volume inaccessible and result in huge data loss.

So what is a Journal file?

A journal file is a system file, which stores all the vital information. When journaling is enabled on a volume, the file maintains continues changes to the files present on the Volumes, so that if your Mac system is abruptly shut down then this journal file will restore the volume back to its previous working state once the system restarts.

Follow the below steps to retrieve data from your inaccessible Mac volumes:

Which data recovery software to use?

You can use Data recovery software to get back all your files lost due to journal file corruption. The tool is designed using advanced scanning algorithm which scans, identifies and recovers all lost file types from your Mac volume. It has potential to restore files from deleted, lost, formatted or corrupted HFS and HFS+ volumes on Mac machine. This application can also be utilized to retrieve files lost due to any reasons like accidental formatting volumes, OS reinstallation, crash of operating system crash, file system corruption, re-partitioning hard disk and many more.

Working of the software

Some useful tips:

  • Backup is one of the best way to avoid data loss situation
  • Avoid using Mac hard disk after data loss mishap
  • Make your system your Mac system is installed with effective antiviral program to remove harmful viruses
  • Don’t add or store any new data to your Mac volume from where you have lost data

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