Problem when importing iMovie project from WD hard drive
“I got Western Digital 2TB external drive on my Mac with OS X 10.8.2 and I use iMovie 11 version 9.0.8. Yesterday I imported a completed project from my iMovie app to the WD hard drive, but when I opened the file on hard drive it grayed out. What should I do now? How can I restore iMovie project on Mac WD hard drive?”
More often the WD hard drives are used by many users to import and export several files and data easily and conveniently from one place to the other. Users find it very easy to move their full length HD movie or any other data in just few minutes using the safe WD hard drive. It is also possible to set password protection on WD drive to protect from any unauthorized access. However, the drive may not be fully safe and can cause users data loss due to corruption, damages or other issues.
Some possible cause that leads to data loss from WD hard drive includes:
- Files imported on WD hard disk accidentally deleted.
- The hard drive formatted by unknown users by mistake.
- Corruption in WD hard drive due to sudden power failure, virus attacks, or any other human related issue.
Restore iMovie on Mac WD hard drive
In order to restore lost data from the Mac WD hard drive user can just take help from the backup file if created earlier or use a powerful Mac data recovery tool. It is always advisable to the users to keep updated backup of all the data so that no data loss occurs in case of WD drive failure. However, if unfortunately the corruption in WD hard drive occurs then no need to worry. Just go for the third party Mac data recovery software that includes all latest and very unique algorithms to recover back iMovie on Mac WD hard drive as well as any other data. The software can restore all images from iPhoto library, video, audio and other data within quick time from all HFS, HFS+, NTFS and other file system. It has also an ability to fix all the types of error .