Few months back one of my friend has created a Ghost image of “C” Drive and yesterday when he was reinstalling Windows XP using the Ghost CD which he has created, after Ghost installation he saw that the D drive partition got lost and seemed to merge with C drive. He asked me for help that how to restore the lost partition and the data from lost partition D?
Archive for August, 2013
I took a lot of photos in Newfoundland and save them into My iMac. But today I turn on my iMac, but I cannot find the photo files, I can’t find in the trash bin, either. It’s a disaster if you lose all the pictures. I don’t have a second chance to take the pictures again. So could you tell me how to get back?
First of all, turn to Time Machine backup for help. It’s the best and easiest way to save your lost images. What if you don’t have a backup? It doesn’t mean that you have no chance to recover your photos. As long as your data have not been overwritten, you can also easily retrieve them with a third-party iMac photo recovery application.
I humbly recommend Data Recovery for Mac to you. Data Recovery for Mac enables you to scan all deleted data and effectively recover your lost photos, music, and other multimedia files from Mac hard drive, memory cards, and digital cameras such as Canon, Nikon, Sony, Panasonic, Minolta, and Olympus and so on. With clear interface and simple operation steps, Data Recovery is quite suitable for common MacBook users. You can preview all your photos before recovery, which is convenient and saves your big time. It’s easy-to-use digital photo recovery software for both beginners and professionals.