Mac Recovery

Apple Mac Data Recovery

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Our experts have extensive experience recovering data from iMacs and Macbooks. With 15 years experience in the data recovery industry, we can help you securely recover your data.
Mac Recovery

Software Fault £199

2-3 Days

Mechanical Fault £299

2-3 Days

Critical Service £795

1 Day

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Apple Mac HDD Problems Identified:

Apple Macs are superb computer systems but just like every other make of computer available on the market today they are still susceptible to problems with their hard drives. This is not to say that Apple Macs in particular have problems with their drives; simply that they can fall foul of the same errors as any other machine. As Macs are pretty much all-in-one units these days the ability to change a drive if it fails can be seriously impaired if you are not familiar with the internal workings of said machines. And likewise if you are not confident in your ability to replace a faulty drive it is best left to the experts. Apple Mac HDDs fail in the same way as PC hard drives and as such you may find yourself confronted with errors regarding the drive’s ability to read/write or mount. An Apple Mac drive can report errors if it has not been ‘ejected’ correctly and as with PC drives they can show signs of degradation in their speed and load times

Physical Inability to Boot a Mac Drive:

As Apple Macs are all-in-one units if a hard drive fails the likelihood is that the computer itself will do very little except perhaps display dialogue boxes with error messages in them. One common way in which an Apple Mac alerts the user to a fault is by simply reaching the start-up screen and displaying a spinning circle. This will continue for as long as you leave the computer switched on. More modern Macs come with a Recovery Mode pre-installed but this is not always a guaranteed success and can overwrite valuable data and render it lost, at least to the casual user. Indeed during 2012 Apple announced that some of their computers fitted with solid state drives were prone to failure and offered replacements but this carried with it a time limit. If you feel that your Apple Mac is suffering from a potential drive failure contact us here at and we will do our best to help

Mac Hard Drive Failures Mounting and Unmounting:

A common problem we are finding now is that certain Mac users are unable to access their hard drive having updated to OS X Mavericks. The reason for this is that certain formats are not supported by Mavericks and this is only apparent after the free upgrade to Mavericks has been performed. Some users have tried using third party disk utility tools that recognise the existence of the drive but do not allow access to it. If you have installed OS X Mavericks and are finding yourself unable to access your drive and the data it contains contact us to find out how we can help you recover your data before formatting or installing a new drive

Mac Firmware Failures Caused by Upgrading:

Firmware is the program that tells a hard drive how to react in relation to the components it has been connected to in order to build a system. Many users have reported firmware problems when it comes to SSD (Solid State Drives) that were installed in certain 2012 Mac models and as such a firmware upgrade isn’t always possible even though Apple did realise a potential firmware update which has not always proved successful. There is the potential to cause further problems to your Apple Mac and its drive by updating untested firmware so if you are in any doubt contact us at

Dealing with Mac Hard Drive Problems Caused by Incompatible OS:

You may be forgiven for thinking that the hard drive that is inside your Apple Mac is 100% compatible with the OS version you have installed but this is not always the case. Certainly things might start off well but after the introduction of more recent upgrades to Mac OS a large number of users have discovered a sudden inability by their Mac to recognise their previously installed hard drive. This problem leaves the user unable to do anything with their hard drive other than replace it for a new one or try and use the built-in Recovery Mode. Using Recovery Mode can lead to the loss of the data you have accumulated so if you are in the position where your data is important enough not to lose please contact us at for advice on how we can recover your data and possibly help repair the issue

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