Recover Active Partition

Best Tool to Recover Active Partition on Mac

Very often, users find their Mac system fail to boot because of inaccessible active partition and after that they cannot access their important data. Master Boot Record uses partition, which is marked as active for booting process. When you start your Mac system, MBR provide instructions to the operating system to boot from an active partition. Therefore, if this active partition is not accessible, there will be a great problem, as it will lead to data loss. But, do not be panic, you can make active partition recovery on Mac with a partition recovery tool. However, if you do not any backup before you, immediately after finding active partition as inaccessible, formatted or deleted, use this Partition Recovery Mac application that is a powerful tool, recommended by industry experts to restore lost partitions on Mac systems.

When you face loss of crucial information after loss or deletion of active partition, a question must have stroked in your mind that is definitely about the causes, which are responsible to draw you into such data loss situation. Few common reasons regarding active partition loss are discussed below:

Apple Partition Map corruption- APM contains all necessary information of all hard drive partitions on Mac computer. If APM is corrupted, partition that is marked as active will become unbootable. To recover all data from unbootable drive on Mac, visit: http://www.partitionrecoverymac.com/unbootable-hard-drive.html.

Accidental Deletion of Partitions- While deleting a selected partition, user may delete an active partition mistakenly.

Format Operation- User may format an active hard drive partition if he wants to make free from stored data. Apart from this, user needs to format a partition at the time of OS re-installation of upgradation process.

Improper Re-partitioning- In order to install multiple OS on a system hard drive, you need to create multiple partition to keep separate OS files. For this purpose, while re-partitioning an existing active partition, execution of any error or due to any interruption, active partition may be corrupted or lost.

Failure of Disk Utility- It is a hard disk management tool that is available with Mac OS X. With the help of this application, you can manage partitions on Mac systems. In some instances, user may end with failed Disk Utility while performing disk related operations such as re-sizing, re-partitioning, re-formatting etc after that partition loss may happen.

In addition to above written scenarios, damaged file system structure, erroneous file system conversion process, journal corruption, catalog file corruption etc are some frequent factors, which results in inaccessible active partition. One can save his data that may be lost at any moment because of above detailed reasons by having a backup file on a drive.

With this efficient partition recovery software, you can restore active partition on Mac OS X based machines such as iMac, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac mini and others. Software provides a smart way to Mac users to undelete HFSX, HFS+ and FAT volumes. You can rely on this user-friendly tool to get back all kind of media files, Word documents and other type files with up most ease steps. Click here http://www.partitionrecoverymac.com/recover-volumes-missing-after-apple-partition-map-corruption.html to recover missing volumes after Apple Partition Map corruption.

Easy procedure to recover active partition:

Step 1: Download and Install the software. Launch the software to open it's main window and select “Recover Volumes/Drives” option as shown in figure.

Active Partition Recovery on Mac - Main Window

Fig 1: Main Window

Step 2: On the Next Window select the active partition that needed to be recovered. Click next to start recovery process.

Active Partition Recovery on Mac - Select Partition

Fig 2: Select Volume

Step 3: After completion of scanning operation, a window will appear showing recovered files from active partition. Here users can preview those recovered files.

Active Partition Recovery on Mac - Recovered Data

Fig 3: Recovered Data

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