Like windows operating system, Mac OS is also prone to corruption. Due to corruption in Mac OS you will face problems in accessing your crucial files stored in it.
In a practical scenario you may come across the following error message while accessing your crucial macbook data: Mac end of file error
You will generally encounter this error when Mac OS is unable to find the end of file marker because it is missing or have been damaged. This error also occurs if the end of the file marker is corrupted or missing. This error will stop you from accessing your crucial files. Due to this error end-of-file could not be reached, as mentioned by end of file marker in text document. However, this error could also be a result of unexpected closing of application at the time of saving file. This error may also occur at the time of launching, printing or saving applications. This error will make your crucial files and folders inaccessible.
For sorting out Mac end of file error, you will have to move Apple Works preferences file from your Mac operating system from its original location and then restart your Macbook. For doing this, you will have to go to system folder and move the preferences file to desktop and then restart your system without deleting any file. And you should not delete the file until the problem is solved. By doing this a new preference file is created, which will help you in resolving the issue.
With the help of this method you can resolve the error in most of the cases. But if the corruption is very high and this process fails to resolve the Mac end of file error, you will have to go for third-party Mac data recovery applications for resolving the error and retrieving your inaccessible or lost data. These applications efficiently scan, locate, and recover your lost or deleted information from Mac disks. Due to their user-friendly and highly interactive nature, these utilities can even be efficiently operated by a novice. With its advanced features and interface, it supports Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard, 10.4 Tiger, and 10.3.9 Panther.
Processor: Intel Power PC (G4 or later)
Operating System: OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard, 10.4 Tiger, and 10.3.9 Panther
Memory: 256 MB
Hard Disk: 40Mb