How to Recover Files from a 3TB Drive on Mac?

Have you accidentally formatted 3TB drive on Mac operating system and lost all the data stored in it? Worried a lot about the lost data and thinking how to recover files from a 3TB drive on Mac after format? Did not found any solution yet? Just have patience and download Mac drive recovery software which is highly reliable to solve your problem. This application helps you to restore files from 3TB drive on Mac operating system based computers. It can efficiently retrieve hard drive data on Mac machine within fraction of time. Now we shall take a quick look on what all are the scenarios under which data from 3TB drive is lost.

Possible factors for data loss from 3TB drive on Mac:

Deletion: If you delete any files from 3TB drive on a computer by making use of any deletion method would lead to permanent deletion of data. Because the computer does not provide any storage space for storing deleted files for 3TB drive instead they bypass the data and results in data loss. Thus, if you are searching for any third party recovery tool, then just download our promising software which is highly equipped to recover files from a 3TB drive on Mac.

Intentional Formatting: If your 3TB drive gets corrupted due to unknown reason, then when you connect it to computer an error message pops up stating “Disk not formatted. Do you want to format it now?”  which makes the data inaccessible. And the error message will not go until you format the 3TB drive. Once you format the drive then the data present in the will be completely lost.

Abrupt transfer of files: While transferring files from 3TB drive to computer or vice versa, if any type of interruptions occur during this process, due to abrupt removal, improper shut down of system etc. may lead to data loss. However by using the software data recovery on all versions of Mac based system can be achieved. Go through this link: to know more details on how to retrieve data on Mac OS X Lion.

File system corruption: If the file system of the 3TB drive is corrupted, then the drive becomes unreadable. So you would format the 3TB drive to make it accessible, but if we format the drive then all the data present in the drive will be lost. So, if you want to restore files from 3TB drive on Mac, then employ this recovery tool. To know more about flash drive data recovery on Mac visit this link:

Unique features that makes the software reliable:

  • Mac drive recovery tool scans the 3TB drive sector by sector to recover files from a 3TB on Mac by using powerful scanning technique which is in-built in the software. 
  • It can recover data from various file systems like FAT, NTFS, HFS+, HFSX etc.
  • Recovered files are sorted on the basis of name, size, data and time and are previewed before saving it to desired location.
  • Software can even recover MOV files on Mac operating system that are lost due to accidental deletion, formatting etc. To get better knowledge on recovery of mov files on Mac visit this website:
  • Recover files that are missing from Mac OS X Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, and Mountain Lion.

Steps to restore files from 3TB drive on Mac:

Step 1: Download and install the demo version of this software to retrieve files from 3TB drive on Mac. Connect your 3TB drive on your Mac system. After launching the software select “Recover Drives/ Volume” from the main page as shown in Figure 1.

Recover Files from a 3TB Drive on Mac - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Select appropriate option to recover files from a 3TB drives on Mac as shown in the Figure 2.

Recover Files from a 3TB Drive on Mac - Select Option

Figure 2: Select Option

Step3: Now, choose the drive from which the files are to be restored and click on "Proceed" button as shown in Figure 3.

Recover Files from a 3TB Drive on Mac - Select Drive

Figure 3: Select Drive

Step 4: On completion of 3TB file recovery process, you will be able to view the recovered files as shown in Figure 4.

Recover Files from a 3TB Drive on Mac - Recovered Files

Figure 4: Recovered Files

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