This tutorial will show you 2 methods to recover data from unbootable Macs. If you’re suffering the following problems, it will save you, and your data, in less than 7 minutes.

Mac won’t turn on, won’t finish starting up;
Macintosh HD partition not mounted in Disk Utility;
Mac stuck at loading, login screen (with Apple logo);
Mac won’t boot past Apple logo;
MacBook Pro/Air, iMac crashed, dead, failed, etc.

To recover data, including photos, videos, documents, music, and emails, etc., all you need is iBoysoft Data Recovery for Mac. It provides two reliable and easy methods to help you recover data from your crashed, failed, dead MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, unmounted Mac internal hard drives, Macintosh HD partitions, etc.

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Method 1: Recover data in Recovery Mode
It is especially helpful if you have only one Mac which couldn’t be turned on/booted up. Through iBoysoft Server, you can easily launch this Mac data recovery software and get the files on Mac back.
Here is the detailed tutorial:

Method 2: Create a bootable drive and recover data
If fortunately, you have another working Mac, or you can borrow one from your friends, then you can create a bootable drive with a USB flash drive. From the bootable drive, you can boot your Mac up and then recover files.

After recovering data from the not booting Mac, you can go ahead to fix the unbootable Mac without worrying about data loss.

You can also read more tutorials about unbootable Macs:

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