How to Recover Data from Time Machine?

Time Machine is a backup program developed by Apple to create incremental backups of data including pictures, contacts, calendar, events, songs, etc. If you lost data in Mac machine or mistakenly deleted data, you can restore the backup file to get back data.

Time machine provides seamless backups and easy restoration of lost data that are lost either due to system crash or due to human errors. It is generally a set-it-and-forget-it deal because it is completely automated and works in the background.

Sometimes data lost in Time machine due to various reasons. So using Time Machine data Recovery software you can recover data from time Machine. This software fulfill all your needs, either your Time Machine gets corrupted or it shows some errors. It is easy to use interface and advanced algorithm.

Scenarios responsible for deletion / loss of data from Time Machine:

Accidental deletion of files from Time Machine: As Time Machine automatically deletes old backup files when the storage space gets full, you need to delete backed up files from the Time Machine those are not important to you. Instead of deleting unwanted files from backup folder, you may accidentally delete the essential files resulting in loss of files.

Problem in network backup using Time Machine: When Time Machine finds some problem in network, it pops up a window asking to create new backup in order to improve reliability. This window has 2 options i.e. Backup Later and Start New Backup. When you click on “Start New Backup” option, all the old backups are deleted automatically by the Time Machine resulting in loss of files. When you click on “Backup Later” option, it reminds you after every 24 hours and during this time, Time Machine will not perform any backup tasks. In such case, if system crash or sudden power failure occurs then you may in turn lose your files.

OS crash: When operating system does not properly boot or crashes due to any reason, the data stored inside becomes inaccessible.

Some more cases are mentioned below because of which Time Machine fails to backup your valuable data:

Features of Time Machine data Recovery software:

The files deleted or lost from the Time Machine are not permanently deleted. They can be recovered easily using Time Machine Recovery software.This software helps you to know how to recover data from Time Machine. It also retrieves RAID data after hard disk crash.

This software is designed with powerful an in-built scanning algorithm that helps to restore data. This software can also retrieve deleted files from Flash memory cards like SD cards, CF cards, MMC and XD cards on Mac Operating Systems.

Software can recover photos after accidental removal of the photos by using Command + Delete keys and emptying the Trash.

Supports file recovery on Mac OS X 10.5.x and above versions including Leopard, Lion and Snow Leopard.

This software has the capability to recognize different files and recover those deleted and lost files from Mac systems. This advanced tool supports recovery of data from crashed hard drives, external USB drives, flash memory cards, Camcorders in an efficient manner.

Steps to restore data from Time Machine:

Step 1: Download and install free demo version of Time Machine data Recovery software. Launch this software. Once the software is launched, main window is displayed select “RECOVER FILES” option from the main window.

How to Recover Data from Time Machine - Main screen

Step 2: Select “RECOVER DELETED FILES” option from the next window. Now, select the hard drive where you have configured Time Machine in order to recover deleted data from Time Machine and click on "Next".

How to Recover Data from Time Machine - select either recover deleted files or recover lost files

Step 3: Select the specific file type that you want to recover or skip this step by clicking on “Skip” button. Now, view recovered file using “Preview” option.

How to Recover Data from Time Machine - Preview recovered file

For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

For Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8),
Mavericks and Yosemite(10.10) Users