A hard drive is divided into different logical volumes so that system files, software files, and user data can be stored independently. These logical volumes created on Mac OS help manage, store and access the data accordingly. On booting a Mac, the local file systems are mounted by the OS X, which helps the OS to gather information about the corresponding volumes on the system. That apparently means, to gain the access to the data from a logical volume, it must be first mounted properly on the OS X. However, few times due to a random error a volume may go unmounted leading the data to become inaccessible. The most common reason behind unmountable logical volumes are: Virus/Malware Infection, File System Corruption, OS Malfunction, etc.
For such situations, Stellar Phoenix Macintosh Data Recovery has come up with an innovative solution and to easily perform data recovery from unmountable volumes. With the 'Quick Recovery' & ‘Advance Recovery’ option of the software, you can recover all your data from the 'UnMountable Volumes' quickly and efficiently. Below steps will give you a clear idea of the smooth recovery process of the software:
Data Recovery From Unmountable Volumes or Drives
Run Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery and click the 'Start Scan' icon on the main interface of the software
Select the Unmounted Disk Drive or Media from the left pane of the software. Click Recover Data<<Quick Recovery. You may also select the either option, which is Advance Recovery for the unmounted disk drive.Click Start Scan.
The software scans the selected volume and lists all the recoverable files and folders in a tree view. While scanning the volume, the software shows the preview of the recoverable files. Also, after completion of the scanning process, you can click any file from the tree and see the preview, using Mac Preview.
Select the files or folders to be recovered and click the 'Recover' button on the bottom right corner of the interface. Provide the destination location and the software will save all the recovered data at the specified location.