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Disk Drill for Mac

Disk Drill 5.3.1310

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Sometimes latest versions of the software can cause issues when installed on older devices or devices running an older version of the operating system.

Software makers usually fix these issues but it can take them some time. What you can do in the meantime is to download and install an older version of Disk Drill 5.3.1310.

For those interested in downloading the most recent release of Disk Drill for Mac or reading our review, simply click here.

All old versions distributed on our website are completely virus-free and available for download at no cost.

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What's new in this version:

- Disk Drill works on macOS Sonoma (version 14) beta and supports data recovery from iOS 17 beta
- Disk Drill displays more relevant data for iOS devices currently connected for recovery
- ETA is now calculated and displayed during iOS devices scan
- Forensic reports now include the serial number of a scanned disk
- Improved identification of GUID Partition Tables and MBR partition tables maximizing outcomes when looking for lost partitions
- New file types supported by Deep Scan – Lotus Notes Archive (.nsf)

- Improved handling of found files in case their original modification date cannot be correctly recovered
- Filtering of scan results is now 35-50% faster
- Scan and preview of Notes on a scanned iOS device is much improved
- iOS device module functionality has been enhanced for a more user-conscious performance
- If some of the disks of a scanned RAID array are offline, the array is highlighted in red to draw immediate attention
- Better detection and analysis of Apple RAID 0 array
- Improved performance when searching through scan results
- Better handling of RAID arrays by Data Protection module
- Data Shredder intro screen got an update
- Improved detection of RAID array disks with JBOD configurations
- General improvements in keyboard navigation of Disk Drill interface

- A crash occurring during file names generation based on metadata discovered by signature scan
- Some language localizations didn’t display the found lost partitions icons in scan results
- Preview panel glitch if the panel was hidden and then shown again
- Some interface glitches while creating backups of USB sticks or RAID arrays
- iOS module crash occurring if switching between different scan result views
- Preview option was missing from the context menu in the Icons view in iOS module
- File size filter in scan results wouldn’t reset in some cases
- Scan results view would sometimes reset to default after Time Machine data recovery