How to Restore iPhoto Library?

Mac operating systems are designed with more advanced features than Windows operating system. There are many applications present in this system which helps to perform various activities with much ease without causing much trouble. iPhoto library is one such application that helps to organize all the photos present in the system, any updates performed that is addition or deletion of the photos in to the system is taken care by the iPhoto library application. This application keeps an organized collection of the photos in the iPhoto library folder. Unfortunately due to some error or any of the reasons mentioned below the photos present in the iPhoto library get deleted or lost. All the memories that were captured and stored in the system are now gone. Need not worry as these pictures are not permanently lost from the system, the link is just taken off so that new data can be added in that storage space. Mac photo recovery tool is specially designed to recover mac photos that were deleted or lost due to various reasons.

Scenarios that cause loss of photos are:

Human Error: Human errors are one of the reasons that cause deletion of photos from the iPhoto library of your Mac system. While previewing the most loved pictures present in the system, you try to move the bad images off the system. While doing so, you may accidentally select all the files and click on Delete All and Empty Trash option which leaves you tensed as you have deleted all their memories with no reason. If you encountered this situation on MacBook and want to recover all deleted photos, then visit here to get complete information on how to find deleted photos on MacBook.

Corrupt Volume: The system is loaded with data randomly. Some data is deleted some is written on the system. As a result of over-usage of the hard drive, it gets corrupted over a period of time. Hence the images that are present in the particular drive/partition become inaccessible. This leads to loss of your precious memories.

iPhoto Library Corruption: There are chances of iPhoto library corruption due to virus or malware infection and abrupt or improper use of iPhoto Library application. When this iPhoto Library that contains your precious pics gets corrupted, all your photos become inaccessible resulting in loss of images.

The mac photo recovery tool is designed to recover all the images of various file extensions from the iPhoto library and sort them on the basis of name, size, and date and file type. It helps to restore jpg files and has an extremely fast built in “Find Tool” to find all the important pictures that are present in the recovered list. This tool performs rigorous scanning of the system to recover the deleted or lost data from the system which has drives that do not mount or fail to mount. These images are identified based on their unique signatures. It is also specially designed to recover deleted photos from your Samsung Galaxy mobile phone within no time & with utmost ease. Read more about it. These recovered images can be previewed prior to restoration to a particular destination drive or folder. It is built with universal binary application that supports both Intel and PowerPC Mac platforms.

Steps to recover images:

Step 1: Download and install the application in the system. Select “Recover Photos” from the main screen.

Fig 1 : Welcome Screen

Step 2: Click any one of the options “Recover Deleted Photos” or “Recover Lost Photos” from the application.

Fig 2 : Select either Recover Deleted Photos or Lost Photos

Step 3: Set of drives present in the system are listed, Select the drive and click on the “Next” button to start the scanning process. Recovered Images can be previewed before saving them to the desired location.

Fig 3 : Recovered Data List

Tips to avoid loss of photos:

It is always recommended to take a backup of photos in external hard drives. In case, if you lose those photos from external hard drives due to some weird reasons, then also it is possible to recover photos from external hard drive using Photo Recovery Tool. Visit this link to discover more about it.

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