If you've been using MacBook or computer for a considerable time, someone would have told you that data stored on a hard drive is not exactly safe. That's true. But it's not because hard drive is subject to comparatively rapid breakdown. It's because of the people that use them. Hard drives, as the dynamic storage devices, are easy to delete files in different ways. And you didn't back up your data, did you? Panic? Don't. Actually, if that happen, the first thing you have to do is stopping saving any data on that drive of your Mac.
Now you are given a chance to get back your data. Data Recovery for Mac (Data Recovery for Windows) is a powerful hard disk recovery software which can effectively retrieve various lost files such as MS Office files, photos, audios, emails etc. due to formatting, corruption or accidental erase.
Download a trial version of Data Recovery from below and then you can restore you data.
Note: If you are going to restore data from a dead hard drive on your Mac, you need to install Data Recovery on another Mac to help you perform the recovering.
Step 1: Choose the Recovery Mode
Run Data Recovery on the Mac, you'll get a primary interface that shows you five recovery options. Read the instructions in each option and select the one that suit you most.
Here let's take recovering deleted photos from Mac for a try. You may choose "Lost File Recovery" mode.
Step 2: Scanning hard drive on Mac
In this step, the window will display available drives to recovery. Choose the one you want to recover, and to narrow down the scanning result, you may select the file format in "Select Scanning File System".
Note: If your files were lost from your MacBook hard drive due to formatting, you'd better tick "Enable Deep Scan" in the window too.
Step 3: Recovering lost data
After scanning, all files you can recover are displayed in the window. You can click the file folders and file names to review the one you want to retrieve. Next, click "Recover" and select a destination on another hard drive (Not the original one) to save the recovered files.
Recovering a hard drive may be a little like getting back a stolen stuff, isn't it? You'll be happy, and you must have learnt a lesson. From now on, backup your data regularly.