Hard Drive Recovery
- 1 Recover Data from different Hard Drive Types
- 1.1 External hard drive recovery
- 1.2 HDD recovery
- 1.3 SSD Recovery
- 1.4 NTFS Recovery
- 1.5 SATA Recovery
- 1.6 Raid Recovery
- 1.7 IDE Recovery
- 1.8 exFat Recovery
- 2 Recover data from different systems/devices
- 2.1 Linux Hard Drive Recovery
- 2.2 Laptop Data Recovery
- 2.3 Partition Recovery
- 2.4 Seagate External Hard Drive Recovery
- 2.5 WD My Passport Recovery
- 2.6 WD External Hard Drive File Recovery
- 2.7 Lacie Hard Disk Data Recovery
- 2.8 WD Element Data Recovery
- 2.9 Freecom External Hard Drive Recovery
- 2.10 Buffalo External Hard Drive Recovery
- 2.11 G-Technology External Hard Drive Recovery
- 2.12 Dell Hard Drive Data Recovery
- 2.13 Fantom external Hard Drive Data Recovery
- 2.14 Acomdata Hard Drive Data Recovery
- 2.15 Fujitsu Hard Drive Data Recovery
- 3 Operations to save your hard disk
- 3.1 Hard disk repair
- 3.2 Clone hard drive
- 3.3 Wipe hard drive
- 3.4 Fix hard drive
- 3.5 Replace hard drive
- 3.6 Unformat hard drive
- 3.7 Use hard drive recovery partition
- 3.8 Local hard drive recovery service
- 3.9 Hard drive recovery tools
- 3.10 Top hard drive recovery software
- 3.11 Hard drive password recovery
- 4 Recover data from Mac OS
- 4.1 Recovery HD
- 4.2 Mac Hard Drive Recovery
- 4.3 Macbook Pro Hard Drive Recovery
- 4.4 iMac Hard Drive Recovery
- 5 Problems with hard drive
iMac Hard Drive Recovery - How to recover lost files from Hard Drive on iMac
1 Is It Possible to Recover Data from iMac Hard Drive?
Hi all, my kid pulled some juice on my iMac and the notebook is broken now. I can’t start the iMac now but I do want to retrieve some files from it, which are about my business. I know there must be some solutions to reclaim data from it or from its hard drive. Can someone tell me how?
You are so lucky because you are reading this page, which offers a perfect solution for your painful issue. Talking about retrieving data from a crushed or broken iMac, you are likely to achieve your goal if you have another Mac or Windows computer and select a dependable iMac hard drive recovery program.
Wondershare Data Recovery for Mac or Wondershare Data Recovery for Windows is one of the best powerful and risk-free iMac hard drive data recovery tool that enables you to restore data from iMac hard drive, no matter your IMac is healthy or broken. With it, you can effortlessly restore videos, photos, documents, audio files, emails and more file types from your iMac hard drive.
Download the trial version from below and then you can start iMac hard drive data recovery.
Note: The basic requirement of recovering data from a broken IMac is that the IMac hard drive can be taken out and connected with another Mac or Windows computer. And if you want to use a Windows computer to perform the recovery, please ensure the file system of your IMac hard drive can be recognized by that Windows computer.
2 Retrieve Data from iMac Hard Drive in 3 Steps
Now let’s try recovering data from hard drive of a broken or crashed iMac with Wondershare Data Recovery for Mac. If your iMac can still work, you can do the recovery on it.
Step 1 Choose Recovery Mode to Start iMac Hard Drive Recovery
After connecting your iMac hard drive with another Mac and running Wondershare Data Recovery for Mac, you can see an interface as the image below. You just need to read instructions of different recovery modes carefully and select one mode to start.
Here, you can take “Lost File Recovery” as a first try.
Step 2 Scan iMac Hard Drive
Then your iMac hard drive will be detected by the program, and you just need to select the name of it in the window and click “Scan” to look for recoverable files.
If your iMac hard drive has been formatted, please select “Enable Deep Scan” option in the window.
Step 3 Recover Data from iMac Hard Drive
As soon as the scanning finishes, the program window will list all found files in folders. You can check how many files you’ll be able to retrieve with their original names.
Then you just need to select files you need and click “Recover” and select a folder on your Mac to save them.