Mac OS X Snow Leopard Image Recovery Tool


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Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

Lost or deleted images on Mac OS X Snow Leopard from Mac volume or from other data storage drives can be recovered. However, it is imperative to understand the reasons for deletion of images in order to avoid losing valuable images in future and to be in a better state of mind regarding, what drives we have to scan and what prerequisites we will need, to recover lost or deleted image files on Snow Leopard.

Images from Mac iPhoto library on Macintosh machine might have deleted because of the following reasons-

  • Accidentally deleting precious images on Mac iPhoto library while trying to delete the unimportant ones
  • Unsuccessful synchronization of digital camera or cell phone image files with Mac iPhoto library
  • Formatting of Mac volume without knowing that it can lead to deletion of images from iPhoto library
  • Journal corruption on Mac can delete system files resulting in corruption of iPhoto application, thus deleting valuable images
  • Sudden system shutdown due to power surge can result in bad sectors on Mac hard drive making image files inaccessible to user
  • Suddenly pulling out data cable of digital camera or any other device during transfer of image files

Apart from them, there are even other scenarios that may lead to deletion of images on Snow Leopard. As images are deleted from iPhoto library on Mac, you have to scan Mac hard drive in order to recover the deleted images. However, need not worry, as Mac iPhoto restore is there to assist you in retrieving all your deleted image files on Mac OS X Snow Leopard, and even on other operating systems of Mac including the new Mac OS X Lion.

Note – If you are looking to retrieve lost or deleted images from your digital camera, connect it using accompanied cables on your Mac, and start the image recovery process.

With some specially designed drive scanning algorithms, Mac iPhoto recovery is the best software for Mac users to recover lost pictures after iPhoto library crashes on Mac Mini, iMac, MacBook Air, or other Macintosh machines. It will certainly retrieve more than 300 types of files and even provides option to add more file type. By using this award winning software, you can easily retrieve all commonly used image file formats including RAW image files of professional DSLR cameras.

Just go ahead and download Mac iPhoto recovery software on your Mac computer to recover photo files from MacBook Air after iPhoto hangs while trying to import photos or to retrieve images lost due to any other reason. Moreover, try to take regular backup of your precious images or other important data in removable storage media such as Apple Time Capsule, USB flash drive, or portable hard drive. Data backups are very useful in data loss scenarios, as you do not know when the need may arise.

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Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

How to restore lost data from iPhoto library after volumes get corrupted on iMac?

  1. Install the software on your Mac and after that double click on the desktop shortcut to launch its main page as shown in figure A
  2. Retrieve Deleted Images from iPhoto Library on Snow Leopard - Main Page

    Figure A: Main Page

  3. Follow the simple on screen instructions to retrieve deleted images from Mac volume. Finally, check the list of recovered images as shown in figure B
  4. Retrieve Deleted Images from iPhoto Library on Snow Leopard - List of Recoveed Images

    Figure B: List of Recoveed Images

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Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

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For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users
For Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8),
Mavericks and Yosemite(10.10) Users
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