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Thread: Recover deleted data from corrupted HFS+ and HFSX file systems on Mac OSX.

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    Recover deleted data from corrupted HFS+ and HFSX file systems on Mac OSX.

    Nice to Recover Data for Mac, an advanced tool that offers complete disk data recovery solutions in post data loss scenario. This comprehensive software provides unconditional results in handling almost all types of logical data loss, such as formatted volumes, deleted files etc..It can recover and restore disk data from corrupted HFS+ and HFSX file systems on Mac OSX. Key Functions:
    --Photo Recovery -Recover photos, videos, music and other multimedia files from both Mac hard drive and other portable storage devices (Support HFS+/FAT/ NTFS/NTFS5 file system)
    --Deleted File Recovery -Recover recent deleted files with original name and path,supporting HFS,HFS+ and FAT file system
    --Deep Scan Recovery -Use RAW searching technology that scans your files sector by sector to make sure that all the possible files can be retrieved.It is highly recommended that you try this when other recovery module doesnít work.
    --Lost Partition Recovery -Recover partitions which have been lost, overwritten or damaged by a virus,as well as the data on them
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    nice news

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