MAC's utilize a Linux based operating system and typically are stable,
however, they still do fail. The MAC operating system can fail when the MAC system files get
corrupted, or if the user accidentally deletes system files, or the user formats the MAC hard drive.
Employee sabotage is another way the MAC operating system can fail. The end result is that critical
MAC files were deleted or destroyed. Lastly, the most advanced form of an Apple or MAC computer
fails is becuase the Apple hard drive / MAC hard drive has physically failed.
Apple Hard drives can fail when they are hit or shocked or dropped while they are on. Another way the
MAC hard drive can fail is because there is an electrical surge or power disruption while your hard drive is
on and running.
When an electrical power failure occurs to a Macbook or Mackbook Pro the Macbook or Mackbook Pro's
hard drive will fail. Usually, this Apple hard drive failure is due to a faulty power supply.
Failure to the Mackbook's hard drive can also occur when the Mackbook's internal battery
is very weak and is not able to provide enough power to support the Mackbook or Mackbook Pro internal
Apple hard drive.
The result, is the Apple hard drive head can misalign and fail or the hard drive heads can touch
the Apple hard drive platters and scratch the hard drive platters ( the area where your data is being stored).
If the Apple hard drive heads stick to the platters, they form a "surface weld" that makes
data recovery quite challenging.
RMD has successfully recovered data from failed Apple hard drives or shocked Apple hard drives while they are on.
Internal dust contamination, another way the MAC hard drive can get damaged can occur because the read/write heads
overheat due to poor air ventilation.
RestoreMyData is well positioned to recover data from both types of data loss including Apple hard drive failures,
MAC file corruption, broken resource forks and all types of logical MAC hard drive failures.