This blog foretells the possibility to unerase Mac hard drive after Disk Utility’s erase operation on macOS Mojave 10.14. Read on to know how you can perform the data recovery task in the quickest possible time on your iMac, Mac Mini, MacBook, or other Mac systems.
Disk Utility is an important application present in macOS Mojave. The application is useful to handle your internal and external storage devices, efficiently. Nevertheless, proper usage of the Disk Utility is essential to avoid inadvertent data loss situations.
The Uses of Disk Utility
Manage physical disks and volumes: You can partition a physical disk, erase Mojave start-up disk, format an external disk for data storage, repair a corrupt disk, restore a disk, verify a disk, and encrypt or protect a disk with a password.
Store data on disk images: You can create an image of the disk, convert a disk image to another format, resize a disk image, and restore a disk image to disk.
Set up and manage RAID disk sets: You can create or delete a disk set, unmount a disk set, repair a disk in a mirrored disk set, add a disk to a disk set, and troubleshoot the problem of a missing or failed disk.
When you use Mojave’s inbuilt Disk Utility to erase an internal or external storage drive without taking a backup, then you end up losing all the data contained in the drive. It is a grievous situation, and you want to retrieve the erased files.
Can You Unerase a Drive after Erasing It via Disk Utility?
Have a sigh of relief because you can unerase a drive after Disk Utility’s erase operation on Mojave. This is because the data stored on the disk remains intact, and can be recovered by using a Mac file recovery software like Stellar Data Recovery Professional.
This utility uses Deep Scanning to recover data from an erased storage drive. The tool is compatible with Apple’s latest operating system—macOS Mojave 10.14.
Steps to Unerase Drive
Watch the video to know how to regain lost data from an erased drive. However, first off, you must download the utility and install it on your affected MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air, or any other Mac device—Stellar Data Recovery Professional for Mac supports all.
Once the recovery process is complete, check the external storage drive for the recovered data. You can also use the utility to unerase an external hard drive or SSD. Just connect the external storage drive to the Mac and perform the steps as shown in the video tutorial.
Note: Stop using the erased drive immediately to improve the chances of successful data recovery. This is because continual use of the drive might overwrite existing data, thereby hampering its recovery.
The blog highlighted the use of Disk Utility, the case of data loss when you accidentally erase a drive via Disk Utility, and how to unerase the erased drive. The blog also presented video instructions to recover data from an erased external or internal storage drive by using Stellar Data Recovery Professional for Mac. Free download the utility on your MacBook, Mac Mini, iMac, or any other Mac machine to know how much data the utility can recover. And if you are satisfied with the recovery result, activate the utility online.