What is HFS? HFS (Hierarchical File System) is a file system which is available in Mac devices, also referred as Mac OS Standard or HFS standard. It is disheartening when a HFS partition gets corrupted or damaged and you lose all data in it. But you need not worry at all. Remo Partition Recover Software will help you to recover data from your HFS partitions with ease.
Hard drive damage: There are various situations that leads to partition loss due to physical damage. One of the common scenario is bad sector that may increase if the hard drive is use excessively.
Virus Invasion: When a partition gets infected by virus or malwares, it will make the partition inaccessible to you.
Unauthorized Tools: To create partitions you may install a third party software which may not be trust worthy. This may lead to Volume damage.
Mishandling: When a user is trying to remove or delete unwanted partition, and he / she ends up deleting or formatting the wrong partition.
Abrupt Shutdown: If there is power fluctuation problem, make sure that you have a UPS to protect your system from abrupt shutdown. Power surge can make the partition corrupted.
Here we are going to discuss about the various steps to recover partition from Mac.
Step 1: Install the demo version of Remo Partition Recover – Mac software.
Step 2: Once the installation is done, the launching page will appear. Then you can choose Recover Volumes / Drives from the launching page.
Step 3: The next page, opt the Volumes Recovery option to recover the partition.
Step 4: The software will scan the whole disk for different partitions and lists all volumes.
Step 5: Choose the required partition from where you want to restore the data and click next.
Step 6: You can select the files depending upon their file type. If you are not sure about the file type, you can also skip the option.
Step 7: You will have found your data by end of the partition scan and also preview it with the help of preview option.
Step 8: Purchase the software and save all the recovered files to your PC or external devices.