How to Recover Lost Files after Mac System Crashed

As there are so many reasons can lead to the Mac system crash, it is no doubt that almost every Mac user may experience this horrible suffering unexpectedly. Maybe many of users try to prevent hard drive failure, but they cannot prevent the expected viruses and know that when it will happen. Even worse, system crash will lead to the data loss problem. This is the worst situation that users don’t want to see. So, how do to recover the Mac lost data after a system crash?

Recover Lost Files on Mac OS X after System Crashed

You may know that after the system crashed you cannot do anything more in order to protect your hard drive files from further damage. This can help your lost data avoid overwriting problem. The traditional way of fixing this problem is to move out your hard drive from your Mac and connect it to another Mac and then try to read it for a try. But this method requires much more technical skills.

uFlysoft studio has released one of the trustworthy data recovery software for Mac. This software can recover any files from the system crashed Mac OS X or any storage device like memory card, digital camera/camcorder, etc. Moreover, it is a easy-to-use, even new user can handle it without any problems. Only few clicks are required and the whole process is simple & safe.

How to Recover Files after System Crashed

Sometimes after the system crash, or mistakenly deletion or wrongly formatting will lead to data loss on your Mac. But, this doesn’t mean that all your files are gone permanently. The deletion which made by the system crash or our human error will only delete the catalog, but the file itself is still remaining in the file system. However, this file is inaccessible by users. So there is still an opportunity to recover lost files after the system crash. To recover those files, a third party program like uFlysoft Data Recovery for Mac is strongly needed.

But users must pay attention to one thing: Though the lost files can be recovered, but this is based on on new files have been put into the source drive. If any new files have been put into, they will occupy the space of “deleted files”.

Recover System Crashed Lost Files on Mac OS X

Step 1-Launch uFlysoft Data Recovery for Mac on Your Mac PC

After installing, launch uFlysoft Mac data recovery software on your Mac. You will notice that there are only few buttons on the interface. That’s no problem. Only these buttons can satisfy your data requirement for data recovery because this software aim at helping users to make complicated task more simple. Cut cumbersome modes but leave one powerful scan option for users to find out all of the lost data. And the recovery ability can help users to retrieve all of the files which they want to get back.

Step 2-Choose Device and Run Scanning Process

When users get into the interface, the hard drive or storage device has been shown on the software already for users to choose. Simply move the mouse to it and click. Then move the mouse to the “Scan” button to hit it. The scan process will be run automatically. Users no need to stay in front of the Mac, just go for anything they want to do.

The deeply scan will search anywhere on the hard drive/storage device for finding any recoverable files. Once scanning is finished, this software will list all searched files on a list for users to choose.

Step 3-Preview Searched Files and Start to Recover

When scanning operation is succeeded, you will see a file list on your left-this is the scanning result. All of the recoverable files are in this list. You can see many file formats in this list. This can help you to choose your target files fast if you remember what file format you’ve lost.

Choose one of them to preview and make sure this one is what you want to recover. (only photo files can be previewed.) After choosing the target files (you can choose as many files as you want by ticking the box in front of the files.), click the button “Recovery”, the software will automatically run the recovery process.

Proper Action You Need to Take after System Crashed

Don’t Do Write Process

You’d better not do any write process which means you cannot save any new data to the drive which lost files due to system crashed. The deleted or lost files will not be erased, but still remain on your drive until new files take place of their space. So, stop putting new files into your device before you find the correct way to restore the lost files.

Don’t Turn Off Your Mac

If you turn off your Mac immediately or restart it after the system crash, some files will not be auto-save and you have to face more loss of your important files. So, keep your Mac on as possible as you can and find a method to solve data loss after the system crash situation.

More data recovery details on our official website, feel free to get them.