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  • 20-06-2013, 05:27 PM
    arunwillbe1

    Re: All files deleted after Snow Leopard upgrade

    Hi friend,

    Remember after upgrading you will loss the all data which is stored in snow leopard.Don't worry you can get back the lost files from backup file.

    +++ Steps to follow to resolve the deleted files in snow leopard upgrade :

    1. First of all restart the snow leopard.

    2. After restart transfer the backup file to device and open it.

    3. Now a you will see the all backup files before you upgrading the snow leopard.

    4. Here search and select the files which you want to restore.

    5. Now go to the options and tap the restore.

    6. Now your lost files are get backed to snow leopard.

    If you not backup the files before upgrading the snow leopard then you can't retrieve the deleted files.

    Thank you..................
  • 17-06-2013, 02:18 PM
    samerjeet singh

    Re: All files deleted after Snow Leopard upgrade

    hello guest
    i want to tell you that none of your file
    is deleted.
    the files you are thinking to delete goes in
    trash box.
    also it may be transferred mac bin

    use these steps to get them back
    1 check that your snow leopard is upgraded properly or not
    2 if not than upgade it again
    3 now goto trash box or macbin
    4 you missing files will be ther
    5 mark all file
    6 goto its option
    7 click on option of restore mark
    8 click ok than your problem will be solved
    good bye
  • 16-01-2013, 02:19 AM
    Unregistered

    All files deleted after Snow Leopard upgrade

    I am not able to access Safari on my Macbook Air. It all started after upgrading it with Snow Leopard 10.6. Even the icon is missing every time, I am trying to access it. Somehow, re-booting the system also didnít help. Please help me with a solution.
    Recently, I have upgraded my MacBook Air with Snow Leopard 10.6 version. After upgrading, all the files went missing. I guess that I have lost all contents. Please suggest me a way out.

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