Accidentally ejected hard drive and lost logic files? ?
Last day I was getting late to go to office. Mean while I was copying some important data from my Mac to external hard drive (Western digital hard drive). Accidentally I unplugged the external hard drive without watching the copying status. Next day when I went to plug the external hard drive then I found that mac won’t recognize the external hard drive. I tried several times for this but nothing works. When I went to disk utility then it won’t let me mount. I am very frustrated because there were some logical file was saved in the external hard drive and if they will not recover then I have to face a big data loss situation. Can anyone help me? Please suggest any idea or suggestion.
Ok, I think your logical files have been lost from the external hard drive. If the external hard drive can\'t mount then it may be the condition of hard drive corruption. In most of the cases accidental unplugging the external hard drive arise the situation of data loss. Not only this but also the hard drive may be corrupt. In order to remove this problem and get back your lost data you have to format your external hard drive but don\'t worry about your data. Mac data recovery software allows you to recover all lost or corrupted data after formatting also. Even it gives you permission to recover lost files if you haven\'t backup of the files.