Tag Archives: recovery

Managing bad sectors in Disk Drill macOS

As you know, you can always manually set memory sectors (or blocks) on your storage device as “bad” in Disk Drill. Or vice versa, you can always navigate to “Configuration gear -> Specify bad blocks” on your hard drives to manually remove […]

How to remove old auto-saved recovery sessions? macOS

In the current version of Disk Drill for macOS, you can remove such auto-saves only manually: Close Disk Drill Open Finder and press Command+Shift+G Type ~/Library/Application Support/DiskDrill to access the folder with auto-saves Remove unwanted auto-saves Once all auto-saves are […]

Is it possible to recover data directly in NAS?

Yes, Disk Drill 3+ supports data recovery of Linux drives, such as EXT3 and EXT4, but you will need to extract the target drive from NAS and plug this drive into the dock station that will be connected directly to […]

Apple’s Time Capsule recovery macOS

Wondering if it’s possible to recover files directly from Apple’s Time Capsules (i.e. when they are powered, but not installed or connected to Mac)? We have bad news in this case. It’s not possible. You should remove the hard disk from […]

Is it possible to recover Time Machine backups? macOS

You can try to recover Time Machine backups in Disk Drill, but unfortunately we cannot guarantee this will help. The Time Machine files usually have very sophisticated structure and store lots of various data. If any of this data appears […]

Recover Firefox browsing sessions

In this article we are answering one of the recent questions from our user about recovering a Firefox browsing session. This might also be a useful scenario for data analysts. I need help recovering lost tabs from a Firefox session previous […]

Android Data Recovery – Disk Drill for Mac – How-to macOS

This article is a work in progress and will be updated with new Android releases, Disk Drill updates, and based on your feedback. The following instructions are only required if your Android device does not support USB Mass Storage Mode, and […]

Why quick and deep scan recovery are not available for iOS devices? macOS

Disk Drill 3 features iOS data recovery among other added functionality. When scanning your iPhone or iPad for lost data, the results Disk Drill produces look different from what you are used to when recovering data from a hard drive or partition. […]

What is Disk Drill?

If you are here, reading this article, you might be asking yourself what Disk Drill app is, why you need to download a data recovery app or why you already have it installed on your computer. Here you go! Disk Drill is a […]

Product update: June 2015 macOS

Many improvements of recovery speed in Disk Drill 2.4.421. Get your free update now.

Disk Drill 2.4.415: stereo release macOS

New release: Disk Drill 2.4.415 goes stereo! Improves Deep Scan and more

Updated: Disk Drill 2.4.414 macOS

Updated: Disk Drill 2.4.414 improves Deep Scan, Core Storage scanning, recovery and more

Announcing Disk Drill 2.1! macOS

New version available. Disk Drill 2.1 is a major upgrade: directory rebuild improvements and more…

Recovery Vault FAQs

Recovery Vault is a Disk Drill feature that you can use to protect yourself from future data loss. Below you’ll find frequently asked questions about it. To learn how to enable and recover files with it, see How to Use […]

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…

Recover and Undelete Folders on Mac OS macOS

As you may already know, Disk Drill is an advanced data recovery solution with the ability to recovery almost any file format from any mountable media on Mac OS. Rather frequently, however, we receive questions from our users on whether […]

Recovered with Disk Drill macOS

This photo… yes, this one, this nice one, taken in Paris, was occasionally deleted and then recovered with Disk Drill! And it’s really true. Here’s what Olivier, the copyright owner of the image said: It (Disk Drill) seems to have […]