How Not to delete Mac OS X File in Windows — Use Nov 30, 2023 — To Delete All Files from a Drive in Mac, Right-Click on a file and Select Delete Dec 29, 2023 — To Create and Delete Windows Recovery Disk — Right-click on a disk and choose To create Disk Image, then, click on Disk Image and select the source file. Dec 29, 2023 — Delete and Restore Mac OS X file by Right-clicking in Finder, then selecting the option of deleting the file or restoring it to its original location. To delete Windows Recovery Disk — right-click on a disk and choose To create Disk Image, then, click on Disk Image and select the source file Oct 7, 2023 — Windows Recovery disks are created when users encounter disk failures, or in the case of hard drives, crashes. These are very handy for the Windows restore process, but they are also very handy for recovering data from a Macintosh backup which is completely gone Step 01: Turn on Recovery Disk in Windows. Then, turn on the Mac Recovery Disk. Step 03: Right click on this Mac hard drive and select “Get Info” then choose Computer Details. Step 03: If this Mac machine is running System 6.0.3 update 2 or later (see image above) then you will see a new icon named Macintosh HD at the bottom of the Disk Information Page. From here select Disk Image. Note: If the Mac HD is not the same as the Mac computer, then you will need to select “Macintosh HD” from the list (above) Step 04: Right click on this new Mac HD, click on “Attach to” > “New” (or “Empty”) CD, then save it to your personal computer. You need to be sure to use the folder path. Then, click on “OK” when prompted. Step 06: Now you must set up a new volume to use as the backup. You can do that by right-clicking on this Mac HD, and selecting “Change Volume.” A window will show up titled “Create Mac DVD.” This new volume is the backup. Step 07: Once the new volume is on your Mac, launch “CMD.exe” as an administrator, in the search field of the Applications search bar. Step 09: Type in the path to the newly created volume.