Stellar Phoenix Macintosh Data Recovery Software now runs on Leopard.

Stellar information, leaders in data recovery software & services has come up with the latest update of Stellar Phoenix Macintosh Data Recoveryv2.1 which recovers data from crashed or corrupted Mac volumes, is completely compatible with Apple new OS Leopard.

Stellar was receiving lots of inquiries related to the data loss on Mac in last few weeks, after analyzing the root cause we found that most of the data loss was due to migration of Mac users to Leopard. Stellar’s R&D and Testing team worked very hard and made the Macintosh data recovery software 100% compatible with Leopard or Mac OS 10.5.

Check whats new in Stellar Phoenix Macintoshv2.1

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About Stellar
Stellar Information Systems Limited is an ISO 9001-2000 certified company specializing in data recovery and data protection services and solutions. The company was established in 1993 by a group of technocrat professionals and has since expanded to new offices and labs. Apart from it corporate office in Gurgaon, the company has 11 branch offices across the country. With over a decade of experience in this field, Stellar has established itself as a market leader with a proven track record. Stellar has over 1, 00,000 satisfied customers across 137 countries.

Stellar offers a complete solution of file recovery software and lost data restoration programs for Windows (Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, 2003, XP), Apple Macintosh, Novell, Linux, Unix operating system and FAT, NTFS, NTFS5, HFS, HFS+, NWFS, JFS, EXT2 and EXT3 file systems.

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What’s new in Stellar Phoenix Macintoshv2.1

Along with the Leopard compatibility there are many more features which are added and improved in Stellar Phoenix Macintoshv2.1.

Some of them are as follows

Deleted file recovery scan engine now scans for files with more speed and yet powerful. Some crashing issues were fixed & resolved.
• Time stamping for files is now being recovered by the software
• In raw file recovery recovered files are being categorized as per their file types.
• Context sensitive help is added to provide help to user at any time of recovery.
• Hex viewer and text viewer is added for previewing the files content
• Now you can set the range of imaging and scanning through slider & manual entry both. And can view the content by double clicking on folders in right pane.
• New grid display is added when image creation is done making the interface much clear than before

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Moving files in Leopard? Be careful you can lose data!!

A critical bug has been discovered in Leopard’s Finder, “directory moving code” module.

The problem is such that when a Mac user is moving folders from one storing device to another and for any reason the destination storing device disappears, then source data directory structure gets inconsistent. In normal case when we move a folder from one drive to another the source is deleted or modified when the consistency of both source and destination is matched. However, in the Leopard case the source is modified without checking the consistency of data.

It doesn’t make any difference either you are using any of these storing devices USB, SMB, FireWire etc you will experience the same discrepancy every where. So be careful when you are moving data from one device to another. You may in turn lose your critical data.

Till apple comes with an update and to avoid any data loss you should take precaution by copying the folder in same drive and then move the first copy to other location and then check the data consistency through folder size & directory structure. For those who have already lost their important files while moving folders from one device to another or any other reason then try Macintosh data recovery software.

Stellar Information has experience of more than 13 years in the field of data recovery software & services.

Blue Screen of Death for Mac OS X Leopard

A Mac user posting at Apple’s forum

“I’m upgrading my 20″ iMac (Core Duo) at the moment and the installation ‘completed’, then the computer rebooted and it has been sitting on a plain blue screen for the past 30 minutes.”

A long thread at Apple’s discussion forums described the problem faced by some of the Mac users who were upgrading their Mac OS to leopard. The problem is as such that when installation process is almost complete and user attempt to restart their machines, their Mac system gets hung at the initial boot screen. And after contacting about this issue to Apple’s support, it was suggested by them to wait for at least 2 hours, and many of the Mac users literally waited for more than 4 hours sitting in front of blue screen of death. Read the rest of this entry »