How to Retrieve Data from MacBook Air SSD?

“Hi I’m in a trouble with my MacBook Air due to its SSD failure. I store very crucial files on my MacBook Air NoteBook and today all my data is just vanished due to some malfunction of the drive. How can I get back all my lost data from MacBook Air SSD with ease? Please help, any suggestions would be of great assistance.”

MacBook Air, the best used Apple Notebook model has many pros for its users. However, certain users have faced catastrophic situations by losing crucial data from MacBook Air with SSD as its storage device. As mentioned in the above example, unknown factors while working on MacBook Air has recklessly introduced complete data loss from the SSD flash storage on it. So, before knowing about how to recover lost data from MacBook Air, go through the list below that tells about frequently seen scenarios of data loss due to SSD failure on this Apple NoteBook.

  • Logical Errors: Most of the storage devices like SSD suffer logical errors like logic board failure, incorrect program files that support booting of drive, etc. that in turn result in partial or complete failure of SSD drive
  • Human Mistakes: This is another crucial factor that might create blunders. Improperly updating programs on MacBook Air SSD, abrupt termination of laptop, incorrect reinstallation of OS, many other reasons can damage the drive resulting in complete data loss from it

Other times, wrong deletion of files or folders, unintentional formatting of drive, catalog file corruption, journal corruption, file system corruption, virus intrusion, etc can all lead to inaccessibility of data from MacBook Air SSD. However, as most of the MacBook Air users suffered SSD failure during mid 2012, Apple introduced an online firmware support for these users as resolution. This Firmware update was only for users who bought MacBook Air (having SSD on it) between June 2012 and June 2013. But, this could only check the drive for proper functionality and if it is completely at risk then replaces the failed SSD with new one. But what about the data stored on it. Or what if your MacBook Air is not purchased between June 2012 and 2013 and you lost data from it? Relax!!! Here is the solution for this; make use of relevant Mac Data retrieval tool and easily get back the lost SSD data.

Among the well known and secured recovery utilities, Yodot Mac Data Recovery is the best software to recover data from MacBook Air SSD. This tool is outfitted with reliable strategies to carefully scan the flash storage SSD of MacBook Air to regain lost, deleted and inaccessible files within quick span of time. This utility can bring back documents, program files, executable files, folders and other user data from SSDs as well as SATA, IDE, SCSI interfaced hard drives with ease. The tool supports to work on major OS X versions like Snow Leopard, Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion.

Working procedure of MacBook Air SSD data recovery tool:

  • Connect your MacBook Air SSD to a healthy Macintosh system
  • Download Yodot Mac Data Recovery tool and install it on the same system
  • Follow the provided instructions and run the utility
  • Next window provides two options i.e. “Volume Recovery” or “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery”
  • Click on Volume Recovery option if the drive is failed or corrupt or inaccessible
  • Else, if data is lost due to formatting / reformatting process then click on latter option
  • Further, select the drive that represents your MacBook Air SSD externally to the Mac
  • Next, select required file types that you wish to recover or by default all file types will be selected
  • By clicking next, the tool scans the SSD drive and provides a list of recovered files
  • Choose required files, target the destination location on Mac system drive and save the files

Important Note:

  • Maintain regular and active backup of all important data from MacBook Air SSD
  • Check regularly for malfunctioning of SSD on MacBook Air to overcome sudden data disasters
  • Perform correct procedures while conducting any tasks on MacBook Air

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