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The macOS data recovery software provided on this page can be applied to restore lost data on the latest macOS 11 (Big Sur), macOS 10.14 (Mojave), 10.13 (High Sierra), 10.12(Sierra), and old Mac OS X 10.11/10.10, etc.
How to Perform macOS 10.13 Data Recovery
"I recently installed macOS 10.13, High Sierra version on my MacBook, no problems while updating. This morning when I was editing a Word document, suddenly my Mac turns off and tries restarting. Now, 6 hours passed, it's still black and no display on the screen. How do I recover data on macOS High Sierra when hard drive won't boot?"
macOS 10.13 High Sierra is one of the newest operating systems available to download. By getting this update, many users have encountered difficulties. For example, installation stuck, not enough space to install the update software, apps show damaged and can't be opened. What's worse, Mac won't boot after installing macOS 10.13, so data becomes inaccessible.
Other reasons like accidental deletion, careless formatting, virus attacking or system corruption may also cause serious data loss on Mac computer with 10.13 (High Sierra) installed. How to restore lost data on macOS 10.13 or even new system on Mac computer?
IMPORTANT: An important fact that you should know is that software may require Mac users to disable System Integrity in macOS High Sierra before restoring lost data on Mac, which is somehow complex to new Mac users. And some Mac data recovery software is even not compatible with macOS 10.13 or 10.14.
Recover Lost Data from macOS High Sierra Update
Is there a Mac data recovery software that can directly scan Mac hard drive and restore all lost data on macOS 10.13 or 10.14 without disabling the System Integrity?
EaseUS Mac data recovery software - Data Recovery Wizard for Mac offers ideal macOS 10.13 data recovery solutions for lost, deleted and inaccessible file recovery on Mac machine running the latest High Sierra operating system. And, for different demands, you're suggested to take different solutions!
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac can thoroughly scan the whole Mac hard drive and finds every missing file that you're looking for.
Step 1. Launch EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac, select the disk location (it can be an internal HDD/SSD or a removable storage device) where you lost data and files. Click the Scan button.
Step 2. To scan and recover data from a Mac system disk, we need to load a new system extension. Follow the onscreen instructions to make it done by clicking Load > OK > Allow.
Next time when you use this tool, you won't be required to repeat these settings again.
Step 3. After the above operations, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac will immediately scan your selected disk volume and display the scanning results on the left pane.
Step 4. In the scan results, select the file(s) and click Recover Now button to have them back.
Recover Data When Mac Hard Drive Won't Boot
If your Mac can't start or won't boot, you need to tackle the problem with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard with bootable media.
By creating a portable Mac OS X bootable media on a USB flash drive, you can easily access any Mac machine and recover all types of data files such as documents, pictures, videos, email, audio and more with a few clicks.
Guide for macOS 10.13 bootable data recovery:
First of all, you need to prepare a USB flash drive with more than 2GB free space on it, and then create a bootable USB with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac with Bootable Media. This bootable media version only works on the commercial version, so click the link to purchase the full version to restore data from unbootable Mac hard drive:
1. Create a USB Bootable Media
Step 1. Install and run EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac on another Mac computer, select "File" > "Create Bootable USB". Then, choose a USB drive to create the bootable disc.
- The creator will prompt to erase the drive to reallocate the space; then it can write the bootable files to this drive. Please back up all USB files before processing "Eraser".
Step 2. The program starts to create a 2GB space and save the boot files. The rest space on the USB can be still used for storage.
Step 3. Once it completes, please follow the guide to boot the corrupted Mac from the bootable disc and start the recovery. We suggest you restore the data to an external hard drive.
2. Recover Data from Mac Hard Disk
Step 1. Select the disk location (it can be an internal HDD/SSD or a removable storage device) where you lost data and files. Click the "Scan" button.
Step 2. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac will immediately scan your selected disk volume and display the scanning results on the left pane.
Step 3. In the scan results, select the file(s) and click the "Recover Now" button to have them back.
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Author Jean has been writing tech articles since she was graduated from university. She has been part of the EaseUS team for over 5 years. Her special focuses are data recovery, disk partitioning, data space optimization, data backup and Mac OS. By the way, she's an aviation fan!
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