SSD Hard Drive Data Recovery
WeRecoverData invested significantly in research and development to learn each manufacturer and SSD model specifics data layout.
Our propitiatory equipment and technics allow us to increase the chances of success in recovering data from a physically damaged medium.
With years of research and development, we managed to recover data from SSD hard drives such as Samsung, OCZ, Intel, etc.
- Bad electronics, SSD drive not recognized by the bios
- Bad controller
- Inaccessible drives and partitions
- Corrupted data from file system corruption, virus, etc.
- Hard disk crashes
- Fire & water damage (Water spill or laptop got dropped to the water)
- Accidental reformatting of partitions
- Accidental deletion of data
The initial diagnosis determines will determine the course of action we will need to take to perform successful recovery. With this information, we will create a recovery plan and will set a timeline.
SSD drives are more complex than HDD (spinning) disks, and they require unique techniques and in-depth engineering knowledge of the specific medium model. With SSDs, we have to disassemble the medium in our lab and work on its electronic parts with our propitiatory procedures and equipment, which allow us to acquire an image/clone of the data from the memory chips. The additional complexity with SSDs is due to multiple chips in which data interleaved in between those chips, manufacturer proprietary data layout, and encryption. All this must be assembled to one contiguous puzzle.
WeRecoverData programmers have created a full set of software and hardware tools used by our engineers to analyze and recover data from various data-memory devices and raw images of all operating and file systems.
In general, SSD drives are not repairable. Once we successfully acquire a clone or image of your data, we will then work on the file system components to correct any issues. Eventually, follow the file structure to recover your required files, fragmented or contiguous, in one piece and examine those to make sure the files are intact and not corrupted.
Once the recovery is complete, we will verify that the recovered files match your listed required critical data. We will then verify the recovery is successful accordingly.
Once we verify the recovery is successful, only then, our finance department will process the recovery fee payment as part of our 100% guarantee policy. We will then prepare the recovered data on a drive or our secure FTP cloud and send it back to you or make it available for immediate download.
Contact us for more information about your specific case.