MacBook Air data can be lost due to deletion, accidental formatting, virus attack and so on. Whenever the data was lost from your MacBook Air, it will be marked as inaccessible file before new data overwrites it. So we suggest you not to use your MacBook Air after data loss, till you get back your lost data. The core question is how to recover deleted files from MacBook Air. Well, move ahead and get the solution for MacBook file recovery.
Whatever reasons that cause file lost or deleted from your MacBook Air, Recoverit Data Recovery for Mac is one of the most efficient MacBook Air recovery programs for you to recover a variety of files from it, including photos, videos, document files, emails, etc. By installing it on your MacBook Air, you’ll be able to recover lost data from various storage devices like external hard drive, digital camera, flash drive, memory card, etc.
Here is the video tutorial that teaches you how to perform MacBook Air data recovery in 3 steps and minutes.
To recover deleted files from MacBook Air, you can run Recoverit Data Recovery for Mac on your MacBook Air and follow the next simple steps.
Note: Please do not install the MacBook Air recovery program on the hard drive partition where your files were lost.
Launch Recoverit and the program will display all partitions on your MacBook Air.
To recover deleted files from MacBook Air, you just need to select the right one and hit on "Start" button to begin scanning.
The MacBook Air recovery tool will immediately start an all-around scan on your computer to deeply search for the deleted files. Leave it scanning and wait for a bit while.
When the scan is over, all found data will be displayed in the left of the window. You can view file names to check how many files you will be able to retrieve. And you will even be able to preview image files.
Then in the end, you just need to select files and click "Recover" button to save them. After recovering deleted files, please select a new partition to keep the recovered files so as to avoid them from being overwritten.
Due to macOS High Sierra (macOS 10.13) requirement, Mac users are not allowed an access to the built-in system drive from any apps. Therefore, if you need to restore lost data from the system disk under macOS 10.13, please "disable System Integrity Protection" first.
How to disable "System Integrity protection"? Please follow the steps below.
Step 1On hearing the startup chime, reboot the Mac and hold down "Command + R" keys simultaneously to boot OS X into Recovery Mode.
Step 2When the "OS X Utilities" screen appears, pull down the "Utilities" menu at the top of the screen instead, and choose "Terminal".
Step 3In the "Terminal" window, type in "csrutil disable" and press "Enter" then restart your Mac.