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sinceSince mac osx uses it's onown file system that is typically not easy to view and read under other operating systems I would consider using some of the hard drive recovery tools found in Hiren's Boot CD to see if you can examine the drive structure and possiblepossibly the data itself. If I remember correctly there should be at least two partitions on the drive, one is used by the system and is typically not seen by the users and the other will be the larger and house the data and OS. Hiren's is primarily aimed at PC's and Linux file systems, but you may have some luck with it.
sinceSince mac osx uses it's onown file system that is typically not easy to view and read under other operating systems I would consider using some of the hard drive recovery tools found in Hiren's Boot CD to see if you can examine the drive structure and possiblepossibly the data itself. If I remember correctly there should be at least two partitions on the drive, one is used by the system and is typically not seen by the users and the other will be the larger and house the data and OS. Hiren's is primarily aimed at PC's and Linux file systems, but you may have some luck with it.
 
The other option would be to place the drive in a functioning mac system and get some data recovery tools for mac osx. Like Disk Doctor's data recover for mac.
 
If you have a hard drive that is demonstrating the "click of death" meaning the read/write head is slamming home periodically with a steady rhythm, then (I know it sounds crazy, but it has worked for me in the past) you can place the drive in a Ziploc bag, with a desiccant bag close it and place it in a freezer over night. You usually can get about 30 minutes of good operation out of a drive before it fails again when it is that cold.
 
Hiren's boot CD can be found at http://www.hiren.info/
 
Disk Doctor's software can be found here http://www.diskdoctors.net/mac-data-recovery/software.html
 
Hope this helps.

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Contribution d'origine par : kenrmatthews ,

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since mac osx uses it's on file system that is typically not easy to view and read under other operating systems I would consider using some of the hard drive recovery tools found in Hiren's Boot CD to see if you can examine the drive structure and possible the data itself.  If I remember correctly there should be at least two partitions on the drive, one is used by the system and is typically not seen by the users and the other will be the larger and house the data and OS.  Hiren's is primarily aimed at PC's and Linux file systems, but you may have some luck with it.

The other option would be to place the drive in a functioning mac system and get some data recovery tools for mac osx.  Like Disk Doctor's data recover for mac.

If you have a hard drive that is demonstrating the "click of death"  meaning the read/write head is slamming home periodically with a steady rhythm, then (I know it sounds crazy, but it has worked for me in the past) you can place the drive in a Ziploc bag, with a desiccant bag close it and place it in a freezer over night.  You usually can get about 30 minutes of good operation out of a drive before it fails again when it is that cold.

Hiren's boot CD can be found at http://www.hiren.info/

Disk Doctor's software can be found here http://www.diskdoctors.net/mac-data-recovery/software.html

Hope this helps.

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