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99% of Apple Mac users experienced severe data loss after reinstall Mac OS X. this article offers the solution for you to recover data after reinstalling Mac OS X even you have no backup files.
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Is it possible to recover files after reinstalling Mac OS X?

Mac users are likely to encounter issues during or after the reinstalling process by using OS X Recovery mode, among which mostly are data loss. If you have not backed up important data beforehand, you will be very anxious. So we should keep in mind the habit of forming backups, because it is the best and easy way to fight against any data loss. However, Sometimes backup itself not enough to recover lost or deleted data because there is no backup of data, or backup data isn't up-to-date, or there is always something unexpected that can happen. So, anyway, we need to install a powerful full version data recovery solution to recover data from all the scenarios.
 
Let's go back to the topic of Is it possible to recover files after reinstalling Mac OS X. Mac OS X reinstalling process only requires a quick erase of the volume which will erase the file directory but does not write any data to the drive, so the original data would not have been overwritten. This fact makes it is possible to recover files after reinstalling Mac OS X.

How to recover files after reinstalling Mac OS X?

You'll need to find professional Mac data recovery software or solutions to restore them. Bitwar Data Recovery for Mac is an all-around data recovery software program for Mac. It can recover deleted/formatted or lost files from Mac hard drive, USB drive, memory card, external hard disk etc. due to deletion, format, virus infection, partition loss, OS reinstallation, etc. All kinds of files can be recovered including photos, documents, audio, emails, folders, archives, download files, etc.

Steps to recover data after reinstalling Mac OS X?

You should download Bitwar Data Recovery for Mac by clicking the download icons below and install it on your mac partitions that do not recover data. This software is compatible with OS X 10.11 and later.
 
Tips: For macOS 10.13 (High Sierra) and later system requirements, Mac users are not allowed an access to system disk from apps. If you want to recover data from the system disk, please disable the system feature "System Integrity Protection (SIP)" , see the guide on How to Disable System Integrity Protection (SIP) in macOS High Sierra (macOS 10.13)

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Step 1: Launch the program and select the Partition or Device, then click "Next".
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Step 2: Choose a scan mode on this step based on the data loss reasons. Then click "next". You can choose "Formatted recovery" if you want to recover data after reinstalling Mac OS X. If it can't scan out the data you lost, try "deep scan". The "deep scan" mode will search every sector of hard drive to find all existing files, but the scanning process will spend more time than quick scan and will not have the original file name in the scanning results.
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Step 3: Choose the file types you want to recover and click "Next".
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Step 4: After scanning, filter the data you want and preview them. Then select the ones you want and press the recover button to have them saved to a safe path.
 
Tips: Please DO NOT directly save the data into the partition that you recover data from.
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After the steps completed, the data that lost by reinstalling Mac OS have been restored successfully.

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