Mac's use a UNIX based operating system and typically are very stable,
however, they still do fail. The operating system can fail for reasons such as a file
corruptions, accidental file deletions or formatting, employee sabotage, or hard drive failure.
Hard drive Head misalignment, dust contamination can cause the read/write heads to collide with
the hard disk's recording surface and result in data loss. RestoreMyData is well positioned to
repair both types of data loss. The Mac data recovery due to a hard drive failure and the lost
data resulting from Mac file corruption or broken resource forks.
Broken Mac Resource Forks.
Mac files contain two parts called forks - a data fork and a resource fork. That
means two files are linked to one name in the Mac file system. The resource fork can hold resources
such as icons, fonts, menus and sounds, warning boxes and GUI (Graphical User Interface). The resource
fork has a specific structure allowing programs to find and access a particular resource quickly. The
data fork holds data such as text and images. Transferring a Mac file to a PC network can break the
resource fork. Lost Mac data typically is the result of a corrupted data fork or file resource fork.
RestoreMyData recodes these "broken" resource forks using MacBinary technology. Our Mac Data Recovery
is based on our expertise to rebuild the lost or broken resource forks via this MacBinary technology.