"I want to get a data recovery tool for Mac SATA hard drive HFS+ file recovery. Can somebody introduce some useful tools to me? Well, I deleted some pictures from my SATA drive HFS+ file system by accident on my Mac, but the problem is that all deleted pictures were erased immediately without being moved to Trash. I will appreciate it very much if anyone can share some useful solution or tip."
How to recover data from hard disk drive HFS+ file system is a common question that might be faced by many Mac users because HFS+ is a default file system of Mac OS. Pictures, videos, music, documents, emails, etc might be lost only within a few seconds when you make mistake to delete them or format SATA hard drive on Mac. Although nobody can get rid of data loss issue due to this or that kind of reason, there is a good solution for file recovery from SATA hard drive HFS+ file system for Mac.
Deletion is one of common reason for data loss from SATA hard drive HFS+ file system on Mac. You may also run into data loss due to following reasons:
Whenever you encounter those data loss problems, what you need is a good data recovery tool. iCare Data Recovery is a data recovery tool which provides read-only solution for data recovery from SATA hard drive HFS+ file system for Mac. By using this data recovery software, you cane easily rescue any lost file after deleting, formatting, RAW file system or other reasons. iCare Data Recovery supports OS like Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, so you can plug the SATA hard drive to Windows OS and follow the guide below to recover data from HFS+ disk:
Step1. Download and install iCare Data Recovery on Windows PC. Launch the software and select a proper scan mode.
Step2. Choose the disk drive where data got lost and then wait the software to scan it for lost files.
Step3. You can preview files after scanning and then save the lost data to another drive.
You may be a little upset when you know that iCare Data Recovery is not compatible with Mac OS for SATA hard drive HFS+ file recovery, but it is not a complex task to connect the disk drive to a Windows PC to perform data recovery.