Since Apple launched their new OS X Mavericks operating system many Apple users have upgrade taking up Apple offer of upgrading for free. However it has been reported that some OS X Mavericks users are experiencing issues with their email connections and now with data on external hard drives.
The new issues affecting data on external hard drives connected to Mac systems running the new OS X Mavericks operating system have been reported by a range of users over on the Apple Support Forums.
Who have been explaining that their Western Digital and LaCie hard drives have been shown up as empty after upgrading to the new OS X Mavericks operating system. The data is still expected to be present but the affected users seem to have all used third party utilities or manufacturer-provided software to initially set-up the drives.
The Toms Hardware site which reported the data issues provides a few pointers for Mac users who have experienced the problems with missing data with externally attached hard drives after upgrading to the new OS X Mavericks operating system for free.
The new Apple OS X Mavericks operating system brings with a wealth of new features and functions and has been re-designed by Apple to provide Apple laptops with a battery power boost together with enhancing the performance of all Mac systems across the range. For more information on the new OS X Mavericks operating system jump over to the Apple website for details.
Source: Toms HardwareFiled Under: Apple, Top News