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Using Windows ANYTHING to recover data on a Mac drive is a very poor idea at best. The first thing to do is try booting from a Mac retail system installation disk and run Disk Utilities. At this point you don't even know if the problem is the hard drive. Next try booting in Target Mode and running disk utilities. Next, using Target mode, try booting from TechTools Pro, then DiskWarrior. Here's how to trouble shoot in Target Mode: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1661 I use my TechTools Pro everyday and it6's the best Mac repair program sine the advent of system 10: http://www.micromat.com/ It is not free.
Using Windows ANYTHING to recover data on a Mac drive is a very poor idea at best. The first thing to do is try booting from a Mac retail system installation disk and run Disk Utilities. At this point you don't even know if the problem is the hard drive. Next try booting in Target Mode and running disk utilities. Next, using Target mode, try booting from TechTools Pro, then DiskWarrior. Here's how to trouble shoot in Target Mode: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1661 I use my TechTools Pro everyday and it6's the best Mac repair program sine the advent of system 10: http://www.micromat.com/ It is not free.

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Using Windows ANYTHING to recover data on a Mac drive is a very poor idea at best. The first thing to do is try booting from a Mac retail system installation disk and run Disk Utilities. At this point you don't even know if the problem is the hard drive. Next try booting in Target Mode and running disk utilities. Next, using Target mode, try booting from TechTools Pro, then DiskWarrior. Here's how to trouble shoot in Target Mode: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1661
Using Windows ANYTHING to recover data on a Mac drive is a very poor idea at best. The first thing to do is try booting from a Mac retail system installation disk and run Disk Utilities. At this point you don't even know if the problem is the hard drive. Next try booting in Target Mode and running disk utilities. Next, using Target mode, try booting from TechTools Pro, then DiskWarrior. Here's how to trouble shoot in Target Mode: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1661

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Using Windows ANYTHING to recover data on a Mac drive is a very poor idea at best.  The first thing to do is try booting from a Mac retail system installation disk and run Disk Utilities.  At this point you don't even know if the problem is the hard drive.  Next try booting in Target Mode and running disk utilities.  Next, using Target mode, try booting from TechTools Pro, then DiskWarrior.

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