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MAC Trash Recovery Works When Disk Utility Fails

MAC operating system is provided with inbuilt tool i.e. Disk utility to handle frequent errors of MAC. Most of the Mac users uses Disk utility tool when they face any types of problems while accessing the files. At times it happens that you experienced weird behavior of your system which makes your files inaccessible and ultimately leads to data loss situations. In such critical situations you make use of Disk Utility to sort out the problems and access your data again. But unfortunately, it happens that Disk Utility fails and you are unable to retrieve your lost data.

There are various possible reasons that corrupt your HFS file system and make it inaccessible. Often you receive various types of error messages when you try to access the files. If you donít take proper steps to fix the error messages you may lose your data. To prevent data loss situations most of the MAC users run Disk Utility to fix common errors of MAC system. But sometimes it happens that Disk Utility fails and gives rise to various error messages which remains unfixed unless you use any third party software. Some of the error messages are as follows

  1. Error: File system verify or repair failed
  2. Invalid node structure
  3. Error: The underlying task reported failure on exit 1 HFS volume checked Volume needs repair

You are unable fix the error as disk utility stops working. So, to regain access on your inaccessible files you need to format your hard drive and reinstall MAC OS. Formatting will resolve your problems but you are unable to get back your lost data if you donít have valid backup. So, to get back your lost data you can use MAC Trash Recovery Software. It is effective software which can safely restores lost or deleted data from MAC system even after formatting. You can also undelete HFS files from Emptied Trash Bin using this software. So, you can use this trustworthy software when Disk Utility fails.