Solid-state drive (SSD) technology has progressed in terms of reliability, but it’s far from perfect. When you can’t read files on your device, you need an SSD data recovery company that understands the complex architecture of the format – and for the best results, your case needs experienced engineers and state-of-the-art technology.
Datarecovery.com has offered services for solid-state drives since 1998, and we can capably recover data from modern consumer devices and legacy media after any type of failure. All of our laboratories are fully outfitted for solid-state drive recovery including different interfaces and form-factors such as SATA, mSATA, M.2, PCIe, etc.
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SSD data recovery is very different from hard drive data recovery and requires completely different tools. Whereas hard drives store information on magnetic materials that physically move, solid state drives don’t have any moving parts. They’re much faster than hard drives, but they’re also subject to memory wear and physical damage. This means that while SSD is reliable, it’s not perfect, and engineers need to use a specialized process to recover corrupt or deleted files.
The basic process for SSD data recovery starts with an evaluation. We provide a free price quote, which ranges depending on several factors. The most important factor is whether the case is considered a Level 1 or Level 2 recovery:
In either case, we will use special tools and software to read the information and to create a usable copy of any files on the device. It is important to note that most solid-state drives do not have user-serviceable components, and we strongly recommend sending any damaged SSD to a qualified data recovery center.
Common SSD failure symptoms include slow transfer rates, repeated file access issues, file corruption, and a large number of bad sectors. Solid-state drive issues are often progressive, which means that they become worse as the drive continues to operate. Because of this, we do not recommend running data recovery software on an SSD. You should shut your drive off if you encounter any of these issues or if you lose data due to file deletion or software error.
Don’t trust your data to an inexperienced company. Because SSD technology is manufacturer specific, you need a data recovery company that has experience with your exact device.
Datarecovery.com offers the best solutions for SSD data recovery, and since 1997, we have maintained a full R&D department in order to treat every case effectively. Our teams understand the intricacies of SSD technology, and we’re ready to provide an accurate quote for your case through a free evaluation.
Call us today at 1.800.237.4200 to set up a free quote or for more information.