Perhaps you tried to open a document and all that happens is a color wheel that spins, turns and turns. Or when your Mac starts up , all you get is a flashing question mark? It Was O in the middle of editing a movie and now your external hard drive is not on the desktop? Or your MP3s will not play … Or every time you look at your photos, your Mac crashes. DiskWarrior helps you back up and running quickly!
What’s new in version 5
64 bits: large disks today can have large directories. Using the latest 64 – bit technology allows DiskWarrior 5 handle even the largest disks.
It sends a bootable flash drive to repair your startup disk: flash drives start much faster than the DVD and can be updated as needed.
Recovery includes the new DiskWarrior Maker: the new Mac have new requirements for OS X. Start Recovery DiskWarrior Maker DiskWarrior Recovery upgrade your flash drive with the latest OS X.
It runs from OS X Recovery (Recovery HD): in an emergency, and does not need a separate boot disk to run DiskWarrior on your startup disk unless your startup disk for damage to the partition table.
Repair the damage partition table: sometimes damage occurs on the map that describes all partitions on your disk and makes all your partitions are not available. DiskWarrior 5 can repair standard GUID partition tables Mac when you start from the flash drive DiskWarrior Recovery.
New architecture: updated to use the latest OS X technologies while still supported PowerPC and Intel Macs the old who can no longer run the latest OS X.
Significantly faster: For many discs, rebuilding directories it is twice faster than the previous version.
Recovers more data from drives with hardware failures: recover your important files from most units with errors, possibly saving thousands of dollars in professional recovery costs.
Detects and repairs more disk problems than ever: the best is even better.
New optimization index directory: You can see how efficient are your directories at a glance.
Repair disk backup Time Machine disks containing backups Time Machine can have huge directories that often were too big for DiskWarrior 4. The memory addressing 64 bits of DiskWarrior 5 allows these units to be repaired or recover.