How to Retrieve Partition on Mountain Lion?

Mountain Lion, the successor of OS X Lion is the most popular Mac operating system version till date. Mac OS X Mountain Lion came up with much improved features that OS version Lion lacked. It includes Gatekeeper, a new malware blocking system; Notification Centre, to group updates from different applications; replacement for iChat called Messages, which include text, audio as well as screen-sharing capabilities; improvised Preview, easy integration links for Twitter, Facebook and many more.

However, data from hard drive of a Mac OS X Mountain Lion is not completely safe from data loss disasters. One such major disaster is loss of volumes that preserve crucial data on Mac machine. Volume / partition on Mountain Lion OS X computer can be lost in numerous ways. Few considerable reasons for this are:

  • Unintentional deletion or formatting of important volume happens very largely, as user might wrongly select necessary volume on Mountain Lion OS X machine while intended to format or erase unwanted volume and end up in severe data loss
  • During reinstallation or upgrading Mac OS X from old Mountain Lion version to newer Mavericks version, chances of accidentally formatting any volume on the drive is noticed among many users
  • Use of third party applications like repartitioning tool to resize existing volumes or to create a new partition, might cause inaccessibility of any volume due to wrong procedure followed and incur data loss
  • Other times corruption of volume file system, boot sector corruption, partition map corruption, damage to catalog file and many possible logical errors can induce loss of partition data on Mac Mountain Lion OS computer

These scenarios result in inaccessibility or total loss of partition on Mountain Lion Mac machine. Fortunately, there is still hope as there are vivid data recovery programs for Mac to accomplish Mountain Lion partition recovery with ease. Yes, with the use of credible data restoration software it is possible to get back partitions lost or erased from Mac Mountain Lion just in clicks.

Mountain Lion partition recovery tool:

Yodot Mac Data Recovery is the best software to restore lost or erased volumes from Mac Mountain Lion OS X. This software is capable of extracting files, folders, archives, media files, application related data and everything from Mac hard drives formatted with HFS, HFS+, HFSX, FAT16 and FAT32 file systems. It can retrieve data from re-installing OS, formatting, unbootable, dead or failed Mac hard drive manufactured by WD, Seagate, Apple, Toshiba, Hitachi, Buffalo and other popular brands. With this utility, one can restore data from Mac Mini, iMac, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air running with Mountain Lion, Lion, Leopard and Snow Leopard operating systems. Along with Mac partition, you can effectively accomplish damaged raid partition recovery on your Windows system with Yodot Windows Recovery tool.

Simple steps on how to use the software:

  • Download Yodot Mac Data recovery tool on a healthy Mac computer and connect Mountain Lion computer hard drive to this Mac machine
  • Install and run the utility by following given instructions
  • In main screen, click on Volume recovery option to restore lost partition and click Next
  • From the list of drives given in screen, choose the drive representing Mountain Lion computer drive from which data has to be recovered
  • Further, define the file types that you wish to recover or select mark all
  • Software performs neat and safe scan of selected drive and shows all restorable files from that drive
  • Glance at the files with the help of Data View and File Type view options
  • Preview necessary files and save them to desired destination location on host computer drive

Be aware of these facts!!

  • Do not save rescued data to same Mac hard drive that underwent recovery process
  • Backup essential files regularly from Mountain Lion OS X computer on other storage components
  • Follow proper methods while reinstalling / installing Mountain Lion operating system

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