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How to Create a Disk Image with Mac Disk Utility

Dec. 29, 2014 11:17 am / Posted by Jenefey Aaron to Card Tips
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In order to use Tenorshare Card Data Recovery for Mac to recover deleted or lost data from your USB, SD card, data traveler and other storage devices, you have to create a disk image for the storage device you want to restore data from.

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You can use Mac's Disk Utility to create a disk image for your USB, data traveler, SD card or other storage devices, which is a file that looks and functions like a disk: It contains other files and folders, and appears with a disk icon on your desktop when you open it.

Steps to Create a Disk Image (.dmg File)

When you launch Card Data Recovery for Mac on OS X, you will see the next window. Click on "Load Image" and load the image file you just created. With this done, Card Data Recovery for Mac will start to scan this image file for lost data.

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