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Old 01-17-2012, 02:45 AM   #1
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Photo Recovery on a MAC...

I have lose my all valuable photos, audio and videos files from my Mac volumes and I have not any backup of those file how can I do photo recovery for mac? Help!! please suggest me any photo recovery software mac.
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Old 01-18-2012, 07:58 AM   #2
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you need to find a mac forum, there are plenty of them out there. im on a mac but not sure if what your asking is possible, the mac forums would know. would be well worth it to get a external backup drive.
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Since this poster posted the same thing about pc and iphones etc. as their first post I am pretty sure this is some kind of
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Old 01-20-2012, 06:05 PM   #5
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You can recover all deleted or lost photos, videos, pictures by using some third party utility software which are available in market. The
deleted photo recovery tool recovers all photos along with other data from memory card.
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Old 01-24-2012, 03:38 AM   #6
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Kernel for Mac Data Recovery is one such effective software that allows you to retrieve the deleted, lost, missing or formatted data (documents, songs, images, pictures & many more things) from Macintosh operating systems. In fact, with this software it is very much possible for you to restore almost all deleted files in your Mac computer that has been thrown into Trash or has been emptied. Perhaps, it is a user-friendly utility that is very much capable of retrieving the required data in all situations.
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Old 02-01-2012, 06:47 PM   #7
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If you have accidentally deleted or lost data from Mac volumes, you need to use advance Mac Data Recovery. By the help of Remo Recover (Mac) - Media software, I was able to recover my deleted data a month ago. It allows you to recover files on mac with ease. Download the free version, which allows you to check for the recovery results.
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Old 04-22-2012, 08:27 PM   #9
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soooooooooo many data recovery software on the market, I suggest EaseUS Mac Data Recovery Wizard, it's easy to use, but it costs. Think about it
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I suggest people stop buying MAC's. Apparently only morons buy Mac's cause none of them seem to be able to hang on to simple things like files and everyone needs a spammed recovery program to save their butts.
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I suggest people stop buying MAC's. Apparently only morons buy Mac's cause none of them seem to be able to hang on to simple things like files and everyone needs a spammed recovery program to save their butts.
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Photo Recovery on a MAC...

I have lose my all valuable photos, audio and videos files from my Mac volumes and I have not any backup of those file how can I do photo recovery for mac? Help!! please suggest me any photo recovery software mac.
You can recover those deleted photos,video,music with data recovery software.You can get them back only few steps. Next,I recommend you software useful Mac photo recovery software which you can recover photos/video/music or other lost files for various devices from Mac.

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To recover photo,video and other data from mac,you can use a Mac Data Recovery tool.I recommend you software useful Mac data recovery software which supports recover photos/video/music or other lost data from Mac or other hard drives on Mac.

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Old 07-20-2013, 08:33 AM   #15
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people stop buying macs ? now thats a statement form a true moron. ive only had macs, going on 15 years now. there industrial and indestructible. not many people can afford a mac, after all you cant go to walmart and buy a mac for $400.00. besides you can run windows on a mac (for fun) faster than windows runs windows.
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