Posted on Monday, December 06, 2010 at 12:03 AM
Are you experiencing problems while mounting an external hard drive on your Mac machine? And, are you unable to access photos stored on it? If your answer is a clear Yes, then I am afraid to say that your external hard drive might be corrupt. Don't panic. The purpose of writing this article is to make you familiar with the problems and possible workarounds which can be observed in order to perform Mac Photo Recovery
. If an external hard drive becomes corrupt and displays strange behavior like displaying no files etc, you can tackle the situation and compensate the data loss very easily. Photos, as stated in the the above-mentioned scenario, can be recovered by using an appropriate recovery application designed for Macintosh-based storage media.
To shed light on external hard drive corruption and its various symptoms, let's consider a real-world scenario. Imagine you have an external hard disk with several photos, when you connect it to your Mac system, it doesn't work fine and you may receive the following error message:...
Posted on Tuesday, November 30, 2010 at 2:54 AM
With the wide-spread usage of Apple devices (iPods, iPhones, and iPads), it is little wonder that more and more people have switched their operating system from Windows to Mac. But, for those, in film and fashion industry, who have to majorly work on images, and videos, dependence on Mac is beyond questioning. With the fast processing, and unbeatable clarity in viewing, Mac machines have always won customers vote. But does this powerful machine not have any problems? It would be wrong to assume such a thing! A Mac machine too is as much an electromechanical device, and prone to its set of troubles. And any professional working on this machine with his video, image or sound file, will have to opt for comprehensive Mac data recovery including Mac photo recovery software
. This can be performed either using appropriate steps, backups – if available, or using appropriate tools.
Let us understand this situation using appropriate example!...
Posted on Monday, November 29, 2010 at 3:00 AM
Mac systems have not only been a stalwart of support, but have provided a great image, audio and video quality. That is why, most of the professionals in the field of media, photography, and other allied streams depend majorly on this machine. This machine is however like any other machine, and is prone to many problems, like failure of different parts, like, CD-ROM, memory, hard drive, and various other parts. And this brings trouble to the various graphics professional. Though they get very few viruses, spyware, adware, and malware, they are prone to data loss. And in such situations, these professionals need to look at recovery solutions, like Mac photo recovery
software to recover their audios, videos, and photos too...
Posted on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at 3:16 AM
Ever since the first Mac machine entered the market, it has been a hit with all those who believe in the best of technology. A Mac owner os quite proud of his/her possession. Mac is the only choice of all those who can afford to pay for high-end technology. Its features do not need mentioning. And with every new launch, so many new features are added on. Be it their innovative additions or the eye-catching designs, Mac is quite unbeatable. A Mac user is in a better state of mind, beacuse Mac doesn't pop errors every now and then. But when it does, don't worry. Workarounds are also available. For example, while working on a Mac, if you accidentally delete a video file, even from the Trash, then you can perform Mac photo recovery
, provided you don't opt for Secure Empty Trash...
Posted on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 at 10:32 PM
Are you unable to boot your Windows computer after upgrading the operating system to Microsoft Windows XP? Are you getting STOP errors while booting your Windows XP computer? The problem generally occurs due to some issues with system threads or incomplete installation of Windows XP operating system. In both the cases, your system cannot boot up and you cannot get into the system for accessing data from its hard drive. In this way, you encounter severe data loss situations, which requirehard drive recovery
software to be fixed.
As an example of this behavior, you may come across the following error message when you try to boot up your Windows computer after upgrading to Microsoft Windows XP:
“STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0x804E518E, 0xFC938104, 0xFC937E04)
WUSB54GCx86.sys- Address 92D89498 base at 92D7c000, Datestamp 45c04cc9”
Posted on Thursday, May 27, 2010 at 3:16 AM
Windows systems not booting is a common and old problem that never goes away. While the reasons for such problem might differ from situation to situation, the most persistent cause is file system corruption. Damage of file system (either FAT or NTFS) installed on a Windows based hard drive primarily occurs due to improper system shutdown, virus infection, operating system malfunction, and more similar reasons. Since, the system becomes unbootable after file system damage, all the files and folders saved on your hard drive become inaccessible. In such cases, if the user needs to repair the corrupted file system, then s/he can run CHKDSK command with suitable repair clause. However, if the command fails, and you have not maintained any backup, then the user can only access its hard drive data by using a commercial Hard Drive Recovery Software
Consider a practical case, where you encounter the below error message while trying to startup your Windows XP based system:...
Posted on Thursday, May 13, 2010 at 2:25 AM
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7 is a 10.1 mega pixel camera with 12x optical zoom. The camera relies on two kinds of storage media (built-in memory and flash memory cards) to save multimedia files, like pictures, videos, and audios. The storage capacity of a built-in memory is 40 MB. Since this storage capacity is not ideal to save large number of images, most of the photographers use an external memory card (SD, SDHC, and MMC) to save the large-sized multimedia files. While these cards are handy and safe to store large files, they can also be logically damaged due to various reasons. In most of these situations, the photographer encounters an error message that makes all the multimedia files inaccessible. To access digital files in such situations, with deficient or corrupt backup, the user needs to opt for an advanced third-party Photo Recovery
Posted on Thursday, April 15, 2010 at 1:30 AM
Canon PowerShot G10 is a unique combination of style with extraordinary imaging features. This G series camera from Canon has a 14.7 megapixel CCD sensor, DIGIC IV processor, and lots of other qualities that make digital photography a wonderful experience. Photos captured using this camera can be uploaded and edited to any Macintosh or Windows computer by an exclusive software, that comes with the camera itself. However, if these photos are lost, there is no way other than using your last backup orPhoto Recovery
A Canon PowerShot G10 camera can lose its digital data store owing to multitude of reasons that include storage media card corruption, accidental file deletion, and more. Various storage media cards that it supports are SD, SDHC, MMC, MMC plus, and HC MMC plus...
Posted on Sunday, March 21, 2010 at 11:37 PM
A digital camera with SD (Secure Digital) card or MMC (MultiMedia Card) card connect to your Mac OS X computer using different set of protocols. The cameras communicates with computer in two different modes: 'Disk Drive' mode and 'Digital Camera' mode. And, the Mac OS X applications, like iPhoto and Image Capture, recognize the camera in any of the modes. But there are times, when a Mac OS X user may find that while accessing the camera, when he switches the camera mode to the Digital Camera mode, it is no longer accessible. Such circumstances require you to reformat the SD/MMC card and restore the deleted photos from a backup or using a Mac Photo Recovery
Let's exemplify such probable events using a realistic instance. A Mac OS X user has a digital camera with SD or MMC card. He tries to view the camera's contents in 'Digital Camera' mode, but cannot do so. Accessing the camera with iPhoto and/or Image Capture doesn't help either...
Posted on Thursday, March 18, 2010 at 2:36 AM
Have you ever mistakenly deleted your precious photos from your digital camera or memory card? Or, have you accidentally formatted your memory card while accessing it with your Mac OS X computer? If so, then you must be facing critical photo loss situations and quickly need a solution to recover lost photos. If you do not have a complete and updated backup in place,Photo Recovery
Software becomes need of the hour.
You may mistakenly select the “Delete All” option while deleting an unappealing photo from your digital camera or memory card. It removes all your memorable pictures from the storage device and it may unfortunately include all the pictures that you have taken in any event like marriage, new year party, birthday, or holiday. When you accidentally delete photo from the media or format it, you should follow the below mentioned steps to prevent further damage:
Do not take photos after damage...
Posted on Thursday, February 18, 2010 at 4:20 AM
FAT or File Allocation Table is the simplest file system used in Windows, especially for small storage disks and an uncomplicated folder structure. This is the one of the top reasons that FAT is used to format digital memory cards such as xD cards, SD cards, MMC cards, CF cards, and many others. FAT has been named according to its method of data organization and use of a file allocation table. This table is located at the start of disk partition or volume. In the interest of data loss prevention, FAT keeps two copies of this table: FAT1 (primary copy) and FAT2 (backup copy) in case one goes damaged. FAT corruption typically indicates data loss in which the entire data store can become inaccessible. However, in case of digital memory cards, you need Digital Photo Recovery software to recover the lost data and you can found easily download free photo recovery software from http://www.stellarinfo.com/digital-media-recovery.htm
Posted on Tuesday, February 16, 2010 at 9:19 PM
A Canon digital camera “Canon PowerShot SX200 IS” is a 12.1 mega camera, with a 12x optical zoom lens. The movies or pictures captured from the camera can be saved in various types of memory cards, including SD, SDHC, MMC, MMCplus, and HC MMCplus. Corruption in any of these memory cards can occur due to virus attack, human errors, interrupted read or write operation, and more similar reasons. Inaccessibility of all the files saved in the memory card is one major hazard that the photographers encounter after the memory card gets corrupted. For viewing or using all the files, an ideal way is to restore them from an updated backup. But, inaccessibility or corruption of a backup file does not leaves any option, but to use advanced Digital Photo Recovery software Visit here to free download photo recovery software http://www.stellarinfo.com/digital-media-recovery.htm
Consider a practical case, where you receive the below error message when you attempt to view any multimedia file on the memory card, inserted in Canon PowerShot SX200 IS camera:...