This Mac hard drive was dying. Someone I knew did a file recovery and got as many files as he could. The program (not sure how it was done, or what program it was) dished out a bunch of folders names such as:
… and so forth, all the way down to
DIR0.LZH. Some of the file extensions I do understand — like
.MOV — but most of them are ones I've never heard of. I've googled some of them like
.TOC, wich stands for "table of contents", but I don't understand how to transfer that data back to the Mac.
Currently, they are on a Windows machine. They are being transfered onto an external hard drive that the Mac can read. It can also see all the files. However, the few that I tested to see if the Mac recognizes them (like
.CUR) cannot be opened.
Anyone have any idea as to what I should do? There are some important assignments on there I need to get.
EDIT: Data transfer was most likely done by: Easy Recover 6 professional (95% sure, no guarantee)