Tag Archives: DMG

Verifying recovery chances for DMG files

An Apple Disk Image (a file with DMG extension) is a disk image widely used in macOS. When opened or double-clicked, an Apple disk image gets “mounted” as a new volume in Finder. When mounted, you would usually see multiple files inside the new volume. […]

How Do I Mount Scanning Results As a Disk and Recover From It? macOS

One of the great features of Disk Drill PRO is that you don’t have to preview files in Disk Drill. You can instead recover them to a virtual disk and open the files in their native applications.  Note that a third-party […]

Why Should I Remount Disks/Partitions In Read-Only Mode? macOS

Whenever you have a disk connected to your Mac, it can be accessed by other programs. iPhoto might try to access your camera, Time Machine might want to backup to an external hard drive, etc. This kind of access can […]

What Do I Do If My Disk Image Can’t Be Mounted? macOS

Disk Drill lets you backup any media (disk, memory card, etc) into a disk image (DMG). This is quite convenient for later recovery, especially if the disk you need to recover from is failing. In cases where the disk image […]

Disk Drill 1.8.198 macOS

Disk Drill was just updated to version 1.8.198, find out what’s new in this minor update…

The new Disk Drill – version 1.1 macOS

All-new Disk Drill 1.1 shines with new features. Find out what’s new and juicy in this update. Go PRO with us!