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I am using an early 2011 version of the Macbook Air, which I also use Windows 7 on a Bootcamp partition. Recently, I have been having some problems with my gameplay, and have not been able to get a good resolution on the display. To remedy this, I tried to put the settings as low as possible, and now I am finding that I can’t open up the game files which I was using before this resolution change. I can see the files, but the computer says that it can’t open up the data when I double-click on the file, and Get Info says that the files are invalid. I tried to adjust the references again, and tried to open the files after this adjustment, but it did not work.


I need help with some data recovery from a Macbook Air. I have been using the computer with an internet connection for some time, but suddenly last week, I have not been able to connect to the Wi-Fi. I have tried connecting to the internet using a cable, but I constantly get a Network Time Out. This is a problem, because the external hard drives that I use to save data from the Macbook are connected to the server. If I can’t access the server through the internet, I can’t recover the data from the drives. I want to use that data, and it doesn’t seem like I am able to do this. I have tried a Windows laptop, and this can connect to the server, but which will not read the files on the hard drives. I want to get access to that data, even if I can’t recover the internet, but I don’t know how I can manage it without being able to see the server.


I have an eMac G4 which recently had a new monitor connected to it. The old one had a failed tube, so I bought a compatible HP computer monitor and thought that this would be suitable. Since that time, I have not been able to get any kind of display on the computer. All I get is a blinking blue light where the monitor power button is. I can’t afford to pay for a new monitor, but the most difficult problem I have is that the computer is currently full of work for a client which needs to be delivered soon. I have done everything I can to get the monitor going, but it is still not responding, and I have the deadline for the client rapidly approaching. I don’t know how to get the data which is currently in the computer onto a USB flash drive so that I can do something with it, or can at least show the client what I have done so far. I need your company to recover the data from the hard drive, and put it onto a USB External Hard Drive.


I have an eMac M9425LLA which I use to run a home business. This computer is working perfectly, but unfortunately my young daughter managed to install a password on the computer. She was playing with it while I was preparing the lunch, and when I came to restart the computer, I saw the box asking for a password for the first time. I am not able to get into the desktop account, and I also can’t access the system files which would allow me to remove the password. My daughter denies that she has put on this password, and certainly can’t remember what it might be, if she had. I have a lot of work on the desktop which relates to clients’ projects, and I really need to be able to recover it quickly.

Mac Recovery

We are confident we can recover your Mac data from almost any type of situation. We recover from iMac, Macbook, Mac Air, Powerbook, iPad or iphone.

It is vital that the Mac problem is diagnosed correctly by a professional Mac data recovery specialist in order that the data on the iMac, Macbook, Mac Air, Powerbook, iPad or iphone can be recovered. Most Mac systems use internal disks from companies such as Seagate, Maxtor and Western Digital, all of which we have 14 years experience in recovering.

Mac uses the HFS and HFS+ file systems for data stored on their hard drives.
We have experience in recovering data from all of Apples operating system including Snow Leopard Mac OS X, Tiger, Lion Server, OS X Mountain Lion.

When an Mac failure occurs it can fail for a variety of reasons, below is the most common failure types we receive in for recovery:

Question mark when Mac system boots.

  • Not an HFS volume
  • Not a Macintosh disk
  • Error reading hard drive.
  • Initialize disk error.
  • No such volume
  • Bad file name
  • Bad master directory block
  • Drive not installed
  • Internal file system error
  • Segment loader error.