Solid State Drive (SSD) Data Recovery
Manufacturers offer a wide variety of data storage options. One of those is the Solid State Drive. This device requires its own approach when dealing with data recovery.
The advantages of a non-volatile, rewritable memory device with no moving mechanical parts, when compared to a conventional hard drive, are obvious. These include mechanical reliability, high read and write speeds, lower weight, lower power consumption and more. There are drawbacks to these devices as well. All electronics will eventually break, and SSDs are no exception. In addition to physical damage, in which access to user data is not possible, there are logical damage possibilities as well. During these, access to the contents of memory sectors is inhibited.
DataRetrieval has more than a dozen years of experience in the data recovery industry. We have observed that SSD recovery is more laborious and lengthy than the process for other storage media, such as hard disks, flash memory, etc. Despite the complexity of the retrieval process, we can offer various options for data recovery from SSDs. We employ a wide range of technological solutions, the best specialists and the best equipped laboratories to ensure the fastest possible and most effective solution to restore critical information. Our engineers are in regular contact with leading scientists and research centers all over the world, specializing in computer technology and recovery advances. This allows us to retain market leadership in IT technologies and offer a wide range of data recovery options.
Our experts also can recommend ways to prevent future problems in using SSDs and other storage media.
When users attempt to restore information using various automated tools and built-in operating system utilities, it very often leads to changes that make it impossible to recover data. Therefore, the sooner the user turns to professionals, the greater the chance of recovery. Another factor affecting the chances of recovery is the professionalism and experience of the specialist who will address the problem. Our expertise means we can maximize the chances of restoring the lost information, and perform our work in the shortest possible time.