DiskWarrior for Mac
DiskWarrior is a handy and useful Mac OS X application that promises to help your recover files and restore your computer to its working state.
Thanks to DiskWarrior you can safely recover files such as photos, music or videos from your corrupted hard disk and rebuild the damaged directory. Hence, you can use DiskWarrior to eliminate directory damage and securely recover your files, documents and folders.
The advanced technology behind DiskWarrior is capable to recover precious data even from failing hard drives with just a press of a button. By using DiskWarrior, you can fix problems encountered by your Mac such as “Keys out of order” and “Invalid node structure.
Disk directory repair
The great power of DiskWarrior consists in its ability to quickly build a replacement directory using data recovered from the original directory. In other words, the state-of-the-art technology featured by DiskWarrior is capable to recover files, data and folders in the most effective way.
After selecting the source disk from within the main window of the app you can allow DiskWarrior to scavenge your original directory and collect as much data as possible. Consequently, all collected that is used to successfully build an entirely new replacement directory.
Advanced recovery technology
The patent-pending method ensures the quality of the recovered data and enables you to enjoy a perfectly rebuild directory that stores all your files and folder data without any errors.
Although DiskWarrior is mainly used to fix disk problems, you can use it for regular maintenance as well. Thus, you can run DiskWarrior to optimize your directory, detect upcoming problems and even speed up your Mac’s startup time and file access.
From the Files tab you can check files for corruption and rebuild permission on startup volumes, an option that is also provided by the Disk Utility app. The Hardware tab allows you to check the S.M.A.R.T status of all your hard disks and enable the automatic diagnostics mode. As follows, you can detect various problems that could lead to disk failure.