USB Partition Recovery

Recover USB Partition on Mac OS

External hard disk is best device to store enormous amount of important data securely. To manage this huge amount of digital data, we divide total memory space in some partitions. With wide use of external storage device, we gradually notice deletion or loss of partition from USB drive on Mac computer. Even after taking enough precautions, you may lose entire partition from your external hard disk. No need to be frightened, here is the best tool for USB partition recovery on Mac system. Partition Recovery Mac is the solution that established a highest rate of success in partition recovery from USB disk in industry.

Some common data loss scenarios from USB partition are listed here.

Deletion of Partition: Deletion of partition from USB storage device is common problem that results to complete loss of entire data from that partition. An existing partition may be deleted from external disk by user during creation of new partition using Disk Utility tool. You may also delete a wrong partition accidentally from your external drive.

Formatting or Re-formatting: This is another mistake performed by user resulting in severe loss of information from partition. You may format incorrect partition unintentionally while formatting any other partition. You will lose data from USB partition if you reformat it by changing file system of it. In this case, partition recovery program is perfect solution to revive complete partition after formatting.

Corruption of Partition: There are plenty of reasons behind corruption of partition on USB external drive. Main reasons behind partition corruption on Mac computer are Master Directory Block corruption, partitioning error, bad sector on the drive etc. After such corruption, all data in that corrupted partition will become inaccessible for you.

Other Reasons: Besides above described reasons, important partition from USB external drive get inaccessible due to power interruption, abrupt ejection of USB drive from system, frequent change of file system etc. After that, if you try to access any from that inaccessible partition, you will get various types of error messages like “No such volume”, “Directory not found”, “Segment Loader Error” etc.

If you suffer severe data loss problem due to any of these reasons mentioned above, immediately use this effective Partition Recovery Mac software. You will be able to restore lost partition when it is not overwritten by any other data. Make sure that, you should not use that USB storage device until you perform recovery process using this application. External partition restoration utility has so many useful features to rescue complete information in every instant. Using this tool you can retrieve music, image, video, Word, PPT files from various types of external hard drive. This application will allow you to revive USB partitions on all major versions of Mac OS such as Snow Leopard, Leopard and Lion. Besides USB drive recovery, you can also revive deleted or lost volume on your MacBook, iMac MacBook Air, Mac Mini, MacBook Pro etc. Use this link to obtain easy steps of hard drive recovery on iMac: http://www.partitionrecoverymac.com/imac-hard-drive-data.html

Procedure to restore USB partition on Mac computer:

Step 1: Download and install partition recovery program and connect your USB storage device to computer. After launching this application successfully, select "Recover Volumes/Drives" option from home screen as illustrated in Fig 1.

USB Partition Recovery on Mac - Home Screen

Fig 1: Home Screen

Step 2: Here, you will see all logical as well as external drive. Select your USB drive which is needed to be recovered and click on "Next" to proceed.

USB Partition Recovery on Mac - Select USB Partition

Fig 2: Select USB Partition

Step 3: When recovery process finishes, all recovered files will be shown as displayed Fig 3.

USB Partition Recovery on Mac - Restored Files

Fig 3: Restored Files

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