Recover Lost Partition on Mac OS X Lion

Every user is fond of laptops and other electronic gadget but Apple being most popular people tend to use it more. Mac is the operating system developed by Apple Inc. There are many versions of Mac OS such as Mac OS X Cheetah, Mac OS X Leopard, Mac OS X Lion and many more. Among these most of the users are inclined towards usage of Mac OS X Lion due to its high performance and reliability. To store data we need to have partitions in our systems as storing all the files and folders on desktop is not a good practice. So, for every laptop maintaining partition is must. Partitions are formatted with file systems like HFS, HFSX+ in case of Mac. The main reason to maintain partition is to increase the file accessibility as it easily locates any file within moments of time. You can have different files and folders which include collection of movies, songs, videos, important files and many more. But, what if the partition in which you have stored all the important files gets deleted due to partition error or accidental deletion.

Do not panic as Partitions recovery application helps you in performing Mac OS X Lion lost partition recovery and recovering all lost data back. With the help of this recovery tool you can easily get back lost Mac OS X Lion partition. This recovery tool not only helps to retrieve lost Mac OS X Lion partition but also supports partition recovery on Windows 8, 7, XP, Vista, Server 2003 and 2008.

Reasons for loss of partition on Mac OS X Lion:

  • Repartitioning Error: In case you want to resize the existing partition and for this reason when you start repartitioning process due to some partitioning error it ends the process in the middle itself. In this case chances are too high that you may lose Mac OS X Lion partition. If you are searching for a tool to get back lost partition, then do not worry as this tool lends hand to recover lost partition on Mac OS X Lion within fractions of minutes. For further details on how this software actually works to execute Mac OS X Lion lost partition recovery, you can browse the following link:
  • Deletion by other software: If you are using any other third party software for managing Mac OS X lion partition, then it might delete the partition due to some known or unknown reason resulting in loss of partition. This situation might leave you in difficulty and leads you think on how to restore lost partition on Mac OS X. But do not worry as Partition recovery tool helps you to retrieve lost Mac Os X Lion partition quickly and easily.

If you face these above mentioned situations then do not jump to a conclusion that you cannot recover lost partition on Mac OS X Lion. It is the right page you have opted as this recovery tool plays vital role in performing Mac OS X lion lost partition recovery process using its powerful inbuilt scanning algorithm. It supports data recovery from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS 5 formatted partition and also used in recovery of RAID0, RAID1, and RAID5 partitions. It has the power to retrieve data from RAW hard drive too. Hence, you can absolutely rely on this tool and get back lost, corrupt or deleted partitions back to system.

Steps to recover lost partition on Mac OS X Lion:

Step 1: Download and install the partitions recovery application to retrieve lost Mac OS X Lion partition. Launch the application and select “Recover Volumes / Drives” from the main screen.

Mac OS X Lion Lost Partition Recovery - Select Recover Volumes/Drives

Fig 1: Select Recover Volumes/Drives

Step 2: Select “Volume Recovery” option. Then choose the lofical volume and click on “Next” button to initiate Mac OS X lion lost partition recovery process.

Mac OS X Lion Lost Partition Recovery - Select Volume

Fig 2: Select Volume

Step 3: Once Mac OS x lion lost partition recovery process is done, then you can “Preview” the data of lost partition.

Mac OS X Lion Lost Partition Recovery - Save Recovered Data

Fig 3: Save Recovered Data

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