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Drive Genius Mac Vs. Disk Utility

Drive Genius Mac Vs. Disk Utility

If you are unfamiliar with the Disk Utility that comes with every Mac computer, or wonder why you would need anything else to check your drive, then you will want to read on as I compare the utilities offered with Drive Genius to the Mac Disk Utility.

Computer Maintenance - Feb 15, 2017


Recovering Data From An Accidentally Formatted PC Hard Drive

Recovering Data From An Accidentally Formatted PC Hard Drive

If you are a Windows user and have lost data as a result of accidental reformatting, this post will teach you about how Data Rescue PC can be used to recover formatted hard drives.

Data Recovery - Feb 7, 2017


Drive Recovery After Reinstalling Mac OS X

Drive Recovery After Reinstalling Mac OS X

For most minor issues with the Mac OS, a simple reinstall is usually the go-to resolution; mainly because it is very simple and efficient for resolving issues. While this does make repairing a Mac easier in some cases, it also causes users to perform this step believing they are repairing their computer only to be left deleting every file and folder on their system.

Data Recovery - Feb 3, 2017


How to Recover Photos and Videos From Deleted iPhoto Library

How to Recover Photos and Videos From Deleted iPhoto Library

When trying to recover their iPhoto library, even customers that had consulted with AppleCare were encouraged to use Data Rescue software to recover their files.

Data Recovery - Jan 13, 2017


Making a Bootable USB With Drive Genius

Making a Bootable USB With Drive Genius

Whether you are running on Drive Genius 4 or the previous Drive Genius 3, this post will provide the steps on how to create a secondary startup drive in order to run specific scans/utilities onto your internal drive.

Computer Maintenance - Jan 3, 2017


Using Target Disk Mode to Recover Macintosh Hard Drive

Using Target Disk Mode to Recover Macintosh Hard Drive

Do you have an old, non-booting Mac or drive that will not mount properly? If the internal drive that you want to recover files from is no longer booting, you can use Target Disk Mode to access the drive and try to run a scan using Data Rescue software.

Data Recovery - Dec 19, 2016