Many Mac users have invested so much in acquiring external hard drive to expand the storage capacity of their MacBook. As far as I know, it's quite difficult to maintain hard drives and when you make an improper operation; you may experience huge data loss. For example, improper connection or accidental. In this way, you'll need an external hard drive recovery for your Mac.
Generally, there are four outstanding ways to recover lost files from external hard drive, memory card or USB flash drive on a Mac. Let's briefly discuss these ways.
AnyRecover Hard Drive Recovery is a powerful tool you can use for external hard drive data recovery on Mac. The software is developed by a team of experts to help Mac users solve data loss problems. It is a safe and fast way to recover data. Some of its fine features are shown below.
High Recovery Rate: With this external hard drive recovery tool, you can get back all your lost files with a 98% recovery rate.
100% Secure: AnyRecover makes it easy to recover your lost files without overwriting the original files safely.
Recover from Any Media: With AnyRecover, you can get back lost files from your external hard drive, memory card, USB flash drive, and any rewritable storage media.
No Technical Skills Required: you don't need to be a hacker or a computer guru to recover deleted files from your external hard drive. With AnyRecover, you can get back lost files in just a few minutes.
Step One - Download, Install and Launch the Software
Download and install AnyRecover Hard Drive Recovery software on your Mac. Launch the software and choose "External Device Recovery" mode
Step Two - Connect Your Hard Drive and Choose the File Type
Connect your external hard drive to your Mac, then choose the file format and click on "Scan" to start the scanning process
Step Three - Recover Lost Files
Once the scanning is complete, you can preview the files, select data and tap "Recover" to get back your lost files.
Most of us don't regularly empty the trash bin hence the chances of getting deleted files back to an external hard drive are always substantial.
To restore deleted files to your external hard drive on your mac, you'll have to connect your external hard drive to Mac and navigate to the trash folder to get back your files. Once you've found them, you can either use "Put Back" command or "Copy Items" to recover your files back to the original folder.
However, if you've permanently deleted the files from the trash folder with your external hard drive connected to Mac, you won't be able to "Put Back" your files.
If your external hard drive is physically damaged, broken or totally unresponsive to any data recovery software, then it is advisable to contact a data recovery company to get your files retrieved from a damaged Mac external hard drive. Here are some useful tips for choosing a good data recovery service.
Data recovery service must be 100% accurate and secure
Must have an ISO certification
100% Data Recovery guarantee
Free shipping of your external hard drive
Good customer service with excellent feedback
Since Mac provides its users with great security mechanism by backing up important files to cloud, or a backup device via Time machine, one awesome way to get back deleted files is from the backup files. Here are some steps to restore Mac files from Time Machine.
Step 1. First, you need to turn on Time Machine feature: Go to Finder > System References > Time Machine. Then check the 'Show Time Machine in menu bar' option.
Step 2. After that, click on Enter Time Machine.
Step 3. Here you'll find the lost files which are sorted by time. Select those you want to recover and click on Restore button to get your lost files back.
By Simon Marcus , to Hard Drive Recovery
Posted on Mar 08, 2019 ( Updated: Dec 16, 2019 )