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Let Us Carry Out Your Apple Mac Data Recovery for Reliable Results


I have a Macbook Air here is which has a problematical display. When I turn on the computer, it will still boot up, but I just get lots of blue lines running down the page. I can apply pressure to the screen by pushing down on the plastic at the edge of the screen, and as long as I am in that position, I can see the screen. However, when I let go, the blue lines appear again. At the moment, I am not able to get access to the data on my computer, because as soon as I let go with one hand to use the mouse or press a key, the screen stops the display. I need to be able to extract this data, as it contains client information which I can’t leave on the drive while the laptop is repaired. This need to extract the data is urgent, as not repairing the computer is costing me work, and I absolutely can’t leave the data on the drive.


I have a pair of hard drives in an enclosure, which has been connected to an iMac. The computer is starting to show its age, and so I wanted to transfer the drives into a new iMac computer. This is mainly used for gaming and running small programs, but it is not really suitable for things such as graphic design and image editing, which is what most of the data on the drives concerns. I wanted to put the two drives together and apply them to the Windows 7 partition, so I converted them into BIG mode. I attached them to the new drive using a SATA cable, and everything seemed fine until I started to update some drivers on the Windows 7, and now both drives show up as unformatted. Initially I could see the drive in both Windows and Mac partitions, but I can’t access the data at all. I ran a program called Testdisk to see if I could check the drives, but after this, I can’t now get the drives recognised by the Mac partition and I can’t extract the files and folders which I need. This is a serious problem, as it contains a number of projects for clients which are yet to be submitted.


I have a Powerbook from Apple which is not showing a display. I can switch it on, but when the screen starts up, all I can see are some contrasting colours, including pinks and greens, rather than the grey background of the usual loading screen. It will sometimes change to blocks of plain colours, such as black or white. The Powerbook contains a lot of data which includes work for my college degree, and so I need to recover that information before the end of term. I don’t know what is causing the problems, but I really need some help with it. I have not been able to get into the operating system because this graphics problem is preventing me from logging on, so I have no way of accessing the data that I need. I don’t know how to recover that data since the screen has gone blank. I was hoping that it was a simple screen replacement, but a repair shop that has looked at it thinks that the problem is more likely to be the hard drive.


I have been having some problems with a Powerbook laptop, which I have been using as my main storage device for more than a year. The problem is that when I turn the laptop on, I can see the grey screen and the Apple logo, and even get the pinwheel spinning around, but then I get a bright blue screen saying MAC OSX Loading. Once the screen is on that page, however, it freezes. I have once had it go beyond this blue screen, and got as far as another blue screen without a message, just a turning wheel in the middle. I had thought that the OS was running a bit slowly before this, but had not saved my data or done any kind of backup, so when the blue screen started, I lost all of the data on the computer. I need to recover some of this data, which has a lot of family photographs on. This data can’t be replaced, so it has to be from this hard drive. I can’t get into the OS, and so it seems that I can’t access the files where the data is stored.

Let Us Carry Out Your Apple Mac Data Recovery for Reliable Results

It doesn’t really matter what type of Mac system you are using if your computer develops a problem that then means that you either can’t boot it up or access your data that is stored on the hard drive. The best case is that losing access to files is a minor inconvenience, but in the worst case it can represent a loss of many hours of work and potentially with data that cannot be replicated. Before you begin to attempt to figure out the details of the costs, both in terms of time and money, that would take to restore your data you should give us a call to find out about the costs of restoring all of your Mac data. Unless you had very little on your hard drive it is going to be cheaper for our professional Apple Mac data recovery engineers to recover your data than it will be for you to regenerate it.

Not only are our quotes highly competitive within the market, we also offer the highest standard of Mac data recovery techniques. Should you have an urgent requirement for access to your Apple Mac Data we offer a high priority service in which we will work on your drive around the clock until your data has been recovered. In most cases this will be a turnaround of less than 24 hours from the point at which we receive your disk.

There are a number of different companies that supply hard drives used in Mac computers that include Maxtor, Seagate and Western Digital. We have experience in retrieving data from all of these manufacturers and from all of their models that are used in Macs. If it is an external Mac drive that has failed we also have a lot of experience in recovering those as well, including external drives that are used in a RAID array.

We have experience in recovering data from all the Apple Operating systems including Snow Leopard Mac OS X, Tiger, OS X Mountain Lion.

As with all types of Mac systems including iMac, PowerBooks, iPads etc there are a number of different ways in which data can become inaccessible. One of the most common is a corruption in the Mac operating system that then leads to the computer being unable to boot up and no access to the data being possible. It is often possible to repair the operating system without damaging the data in the process, but this is a process best left to the Mac data recovery experts.

In more serious cases there is physical damage to the hard drive that not only makes the data inaccessible, but it can also corrupt the data as well, which means that it is a more complex process involved to recover the data. Our Apple Mac recovery experts are perfectly placed to carry out this type of recovery as well as recovery from all other types of failed drive.