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Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (64-bit), Lion 10.7 (64-bit), Mountain Lion, Mavericks & Yesomite

Here is my situation, I have been using iMac OS X 10.5.6 for so long but very recently encountered with this situation. I have accidentally deleted pictures collection form iPhoto library. At first I thought it will be there in Trash, but I got it wrong. I searched a lot tried with that particular folder name on option to search. It didn’t match to any. Then I realized that deleted folder was around 20GB so by no way it will reside in Trash. So, how do I recover deleted photos from iMac?

Nothing but really a terrible situation for users losing files from their system. If it is due to a simple mistake makes it more annoying. Have you lost pictures in similar fashion? If you are also looking for, how do I recover deleted photos from iMac? Here we unleash simple procedure to retrieve deleted pictures from iMac.

Things to remember when you lose photos from iMac, whenever files are deleted from your iMac system, they still reside in the hard disk space itself, even if it is not there in Trash bin. It will disappear only when new data is overwritten in that space.

Other causes of deletion of photos from iMac:

  • By using Terminal: It’s dangerously easy for people to delete files, which might be important with the help of rm command in terminal.
  • Unintentional format: At times you will encounter with errors, where system prompts you to format whenever you try to open the Mac volume.
  • Third Party applications: In some instances, third party applications like antivirus might consider your photos in the system as malicious due to some unknown reason and will be removed from the system.
  • Emptying Trash: At times, emptying the trash without relooking in it for important photos will put you in serious trouble.

Media Recovery Software is perfectly designed to recover deleted photos from iMac computer. This eminent tool helps to recover lost media files from iMac computer like photos, RAW images, audio and video files efficiently. This utility also works in recovering files from iPods, memory cards, external hard drive, USB drives, etc on various Mac OS X systems. This application is capable of identifying different file formats and retrieves it with unique signatures. This incredible utility can recover photos from iMac with utmost precision by taking very less time. The highly interactive interface makes it very easy to use, flexible to all users, and allows faster recovery of photos from iMac system.

Besides iMac computer, using this tool you can also recover media files from Mac PC's like Mac Mini, Mac Book Air and other devices very easily. The trial version of the application is made free for users, helps to test the tool for its accuracy and speed in retrieving photos from iMac system. Saving the recovery session is another brilliant feature incorporated with this tool, it allows user to resume the process of recovery of files from iMac whenever they want to perform it again.

Precautions for ensuring safety of photos on iMac:

  • 1- Always take back up of the pictures in any of the reliable storage device.
  • 2- Install an updated antivirus program to protect your iMac from viruses, malware, etc.
  • 3- Before emptying Trash always cross check whether it contains any of your important files.

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Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (64-bit), Lion 10.7 (64-bit), Mountain Lion, Mavericks & Yesomite

Perform some easy steps to recover photos from iMac:

Step (i): Launch the software by double clicking on desktop shortcut. On home screen, click on "Recover Photos" as illustrated in Figure A.

Figure A: Home Screen

Step (ii): The software search all-available drives on your system and shows them on next screen. Select the iPod from the list and click on "Next" as illustrated in Figure B.

Figure B: Select iPod

Step (iii): After successful scanning of the iPod, it will show you a list of retrieved media files and folders as illustrated in Figure C.

Figure C: Retrieved Media Files

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