"I need help for Mac LaCie hard drive HFS+ file recovery because I delete several documents from the hard drive by mistake. I tried to restore the mistakenly deleted data from the Trash on my Mac when I realized the mistake, but I didn't find any data in Trash. How do I get back my deleted documents from LaCie hard drive HFS+ file system on Mac OS?"
HFS+ is default file system in Mac OS, so some people would like to format their hard drive in HFS+ file system on Mac. As a matter of fact, Mac OS also supports FAT, exFAT and NTFS file system. If you accidentally delete files off Mac LaCie hard drive HFS+ file system or when files got lost from hard drive due to any other reasons, the problem can be resolved easily if you have backup. If you did not backup data, you will need a data recovery tool to restore lost files off LaCie hard drive HFS+ file system for Mac.
A data recovery program is available for Mac LaCie hard drive HFS+ file recovery in all data loss problems. iCare Data Recovery is a read-only data recovery program which enables you to deep scan and search every lost file from LaCie hard drive HFS+ file system. This data recovery software only works on Windows OS., so you need to insert the LaCie hard drive to a Windows PC and then perform data recovery. Now, please follow the steps below to recover data from Mac LaCie hard drive HFS+ file system after inserting the hard drive to Windows OS:
Step1. Download and install iCare Data Recovery on PC. Launch the software and choose a proper scan mode.
Step2. Please select the hard drive partition where data got lost and then you only need to wait in the scanning process.
Step3. You are allowed to preview photos after scanning and then you can select all lost data to recover.
Do you know why it is possible for Mac LaCie hard drive HFS+ file recovery? Mac OS is different from Windows OS, but when files got lost from Mac, the lost data was not deleted permanently before you write new data to the disk drive. What you need to do is to protect the LaCie hard drive from being physically damaged or overwritten before running iCare Data Recovery.