There are various reasons for which we want to format a drive, e.g. cleaning up space, formatting to solve drive unmountable, unreadable, or inaccessible problem. However, if we forget to back up files before formatting or we format drive accidentally, we will lose files on the formatted drive.
When we find our data lost after formatting, we are very possible to get into panic and are eager to know how to get out of trouble. Fortunately, we still can recover data from formatted drive on Mac.
Two Steps to recover data from formatted drive on Mac
1. The first thing we should do is stop using the formatted drive. That can help avoid data being overwritten by new data and becoming unreacoverable.
2. Then we can unformat Mac hard drive with free Mac hard drive recovery software - iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery.
After recovering formatted hard drive on Mac, the drive can be used as usual.
Recover data from formatted drive on Mac with iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery
All we need is iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery, a professional & free Mac data recovery software. With the help of it, we can recover data from formatted drive, unmountable hard drive, unreadable external hard drive, inaccessible hard drive. No matter those data are documents, photos, videos, music, it performs a reliable recovery. It supports to unformat drive on macOS 10.13 (High Sierra), macOS 10.12 (Sierra) and Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion).
In addition to recovering formatted hard drive on Mac, iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery can also help to recover deleted/lost files from hard drive, external hard drive, USB drive, SD card, CF card, memory card, micro card, digital camera and other storage device.
Step-by-step guidance to recover data from formatted drive on Mac
Step 1: Launch iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery.
Step 2: Select the formatted drive and click "Next" to scan all lost data on the formatted drive.
Step 3: Preview scanning results, choose files we need and click "Recover" to recover files.
Step 4: Go through to ensure we have got all lost files back.
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