Yes We Recover Data from Crashed SSD Solid State Drives
Perth Data Recovery have made a breakthrough in SSD recovery techniques. Our research and development engineers have found ways to resolve the “Busy” problem that affects many makes of drives. The symptoms are that the drive is not recognized by the computer and for those in the Data Recovery trade, the drive remains in a “Busy” or BSY state. Our engineers have found a way to repair these drives and regain access to the data. We can recover data from any make of SSD that is suffering from this problem. What an end user will see when this problem happens is that the drive is no longer recognized by the system and in many cases, the computer will not even start up properly let alone get into Windows. Where an SSD is used as an external data drive, then the computer will not recognize it and it may even hang the computer.
The problem boils down to the drive not initializing correctly and so can never get into a “Ready” state. We interfere with the initialization using specialist equipment and then access the drive’s FW to find and repair the problems. Then we are able to recover the data.Please contact us for prices. We can also offer this service to other data recovery companies and IT companies.
Main Causes for SSD Data Loss
The problem of data recovery from SSDs has a lower risk as compared to other drives. Physical damage is unlikely; however, there are some other types of causes that can result in data loss that is still associated with SSDs. Sometimes an SSD fails, and the user is unable to access the data. Also, in this case, the user is also unable to write more data to the drive.
Another cause of SSD data loss is firmware damage, which is created by bugs or SSD controller failure. In this situation, data loss is critical. Aside from that, overheating an SSD can cause permanent damage to the drive and result in permanent data loss. There are many other causes of SSD data loss that are outside the control of the user.
There are some cases when there is accidental data deletion or unintentional drive formatting. In this situation, our SSD data recovery solution will help you to recover the data.
Common Symptoms :
- Not Detected in BIOS
- File System Corruption
- Accidental Reformatting/Deletion of data
- Damaged SATA or ZIF Connector
- Operating System Not booting
- Detected as wrong size (e.g Intel 8 MB)
- Faulty Controller Chip.
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Why Choose Perth Data Recovery?
Getting data recovered from a corrupted or dead SSD is a challenging task, and at Perth, we love to accept the challenges. Our team of professionals leaves no stone unturned in SSD file recovery.
At Perth Data Recovery, we ensure that your data is 100% secure and confidential. We have a highly competent team that believes if disk failure has any solution, then we can definitely retrieve your data. All you have to do is drop your device, and the rest will be handled by our team. We have been operating since 2006, and our five-star genuine reviews say a lot about us.
So next time, when you lose all hope to recover your data, just remember that Perth is just a call away!
Find Out More About our Perth Data Recovery Services Today :
Beyond SSD Drive Data Recovery in Perth, we offer retrieval services across a range of devices in Melbourne including :
- Hard Drive Data Recovery in Perth
- NAS Server Data Recovery in Perth
- RAID system Data Recovery in Perth
- SD/Micro SD card Data Recovery in Perth
- USB flash drive Data Recovery in Perth
- Android Phone Data Recovery in Perth
- iPhone Data Recovery in Perth
- CCTV Data Recovery from DVRs/NVRs in Perth
If you need more information on Perth Data Recovery’s services, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 08 6465 4444.
Frequently Asked Questions About SSD Data Recovery
If your SSD is not detected, then try the below-mentioned steps to recover your data-
- Format the drive and redownload the operating system, but before that, make sure to have a backup of your data.
- Updating the firmware can also aid in data recovery. By running a firmware check, you will be able to get the latest version of the SSD if it is available.
- Use the method of power cycling the SSD. If this is successful, then you will be able to retrieve the data.
- Check the driver update if available. Sometimes, driver updates solve all the problems.
The cost of SSD data recovery depends on the type of damage to the drive. Sometimes, free software can help you recover the data, and sometimes an SSD requires complete testing and evaluation, and after that, only professionals will help you with the final cost.