MacBook Air SSD Recovery

MacBook Air is the most powerful notebook unlike other notebooks and laptops. Most importantly it’s the slimmest notebook developed with Mac operating systems. This tool has been loaded with maximum features so as to make work enjoyable and have fun at the same time. The storage medium used in MacBook Air is of flash type. This storage media provided by MacBook Air is SSD which is of flash type much lighter and faster than the magnetic hard disks. As data is stored on these systems, data loss and deletion can occur even in MacBook Air due to some of the reasons mentioned below. The entire data present in the MacBook Air is lost and hence needs to be recovered to keep the smile intact. The mac recovery tool is developed with advanced algorithms to recover SSD data lost or deleted from it.

Reasons for data loss from MacBook Air SSD:

Accidental Format: Formatting the drive accidentally will result in loss of entire data and important files present in the system. If you accidentally select E: drive instead of selecting D: drive to format then all the data present on Dive: E get deleted resulting in loss of valuable data. Installing new operating system in the separate drive will cause the entire drive to be formatted and hence selecting the wrong drive to install new OS results in data loss.

Partition Corruption: The partitions present in Mac volumes may get corrupted as a result of virus attack on the system or due to low battery of the notebook being used. Virus enter the system and damage all the files present in it which become inaccessible leading to loss of valuable information. Working on some applications in the system which requires large amount of battery backup will lead to sudden shut down of the system and hence all the work which was going on will get deleted or become inaccessible due to partition corruption. In such situation, you can use deleted SSD partition recovery tool to recover partitions from SSD hard drive in few steps.

Catalog File Damage: Catalog file is the file that contains link to all data stored in a catalog and the thumbnail images that correspond to it. These files are deleted or lost as result of virus attack on the system or when there is sudden power failure while using the device will result in loss of the important information present in the particular file.

The mac recovery tool is developed with advanced featured to recover data from SSD crash and corruption. It recovers data which has been emptied from Trash and also the built in deep scanning algorithms are developed within this tool to recover data from missing or deleted Mac volumes. It’s been included with two built-in definitive volume scanning engines for recovering information from the Mac volumes which have been formatted accidentally. It’s designed with special features to recover formatted SSD drive which stores all the important information in it. Formatted SSD recovery software have a special option i.e “Save Recovery Session” button. This option helps to save the recovery process or the scanning process when the trial version of the application program is implemented. Hence a lot time is saved as the entire drive need not be scanned again to recover the list of files deleted from the particular drive. This tool can also recover data from Kingston SSD and all other popular brands of SSD. Recovery of data from kingston SSD is now simple in a few simple steps.

Steps to recover data from MacBook Air SSD:

Step1: Install and run the application to perform MacBook Air SSD recovery. Select “Recover Volumes/Drives” option from the main screen.

Fig 1 : Welcome Screen

Step2: Select “Volumes Recovery” or “Formatted/Reformatted Recovery” option proceed in the recovery process.

Fig 2 : Select appropriate option

Step3: Click on the SSD drive from where data has been lost or deleted and click the “Next” button to start the scanning process. Once the recovery of files is done, view the recovered files and save the recovery process using the “Save Recovery Session” feature provided within the tool.

Fig 3 : Save Recovery Session