Stellar Volume Repair smoothly repairs volume errors and damaged directory structure as well substitutes the corrupt volume directory with the re-built one to revive your Mac storage drive from the inactive to fully functional state. The revamped volume directory allows you to access all its inaccessible data once again as usual, thereby saving you from data loss disaster. This new version of the software has support for an encrypted drive as well as offers new and enhanced graphical user interface. The easy to use interface of the software makes the repair task swift and simple for an uninitiated. On launching the software, the first screen of the software's wizard provides Select Volume to Repair, Disk Permissions, and Volume Journaling options. The Select Volume to Repair option allows you to choose the volume that you want to repair. Disk Permissions checks for problems with macOS files and folders and provide an option to repair their permissions. While, Volume Journaling protects volumes against structure corruption and improves recovery rate; therefore, during a power failure or system crash, files system can be brought back faster with low possibility of corruption. For those of you whose Mac is not booting, the software allows creation of bootable USB, which can then be used to boot your Mac and repair startup disk. The volume repair software scans entire volume and checks for errors in multi-linked files, journaled files, extents overflow file, catalog file, volume bitmap, and volume information. The software can be of great use in case you need to repair corrupt Mac internal/external hard disk and partitions; repair damaged volume directory; repair disk permissions on startup disk; repair damaged encrypted drives; and enable journaling on Mac volumes.
What's new in version 3.0
New and enhanced user interface, Support for Encrypted Drive
ReleaseJanuary 15, 2018
Date AddedJanuary 15, 2018
Operating SystemsMac OS X 10.11, Macintosh, Mac OS X 10.9, macOS 10.12, Mac OS X 10.6, Mac OS X 10.10, Mac OS X 10.8, Mac OS X 10.7