Solid-state drives consist of a series of flash memory chips assembled to act as a single storage device. Manufacturers have offered SSDs since the 1980s, but significant price decreases have made the technology much more affordable for consumers over the past decade.
As leading SSD recovery specialists, we regularly invest in technology research and development. Our engineers have years of experience with NAND flash technology, and we can provide data recovery services for all SSD and SSHD brands. With specialized flash recovery tools and the industry's best set of certifications, you have access to a fast way to recover from any type of unexpected SSD data loss. Contact us today to set up a free evaluation.
Common Causes of Solid-State Drive Data Loss
Many computer users assume that solid-state drives cannot crash or suffer other issues commonly associated with traditional hard drives. While solid-state drives have no moving components, they have a number of sensitive electronic components that can sustain damage and fail for a variety of reasons.
The good news is that most of these issues do not cause permanent damage, but data recovery specialists need a special set of tools to successfully perform SSD repairs. Secure Data Recovery Services operates the industry's only certified Class 10 ISO 4 Cleanroom, which allows our engineers to perform safe physical repairs, and we have developed an extensive set of flash data recovery tools to provide the best possible results for our clients.
Solid-state drives can lose data due to:
Physical or Electronic Component Damage
File Corruption Caused by Software or Operating System Issues Bad Sectors
Memory Wear Caused by Excessive Overwrites
Accidental File Deletion
Damage from Viruses, Trojan Horses and Other Malicious Programs
Fires, Floods and Other Natural Disasters
Solid-state drive failures can catch you off guard, and you face serious consequences when data loss occurs. We offer several service options to help you manage turnaround times and data recovery costs, and unlike many other providers, we will never void your warranty while providing our services. We offer a full no recovery, no charge policy for all SSD and SSD RAID data recovery services.
What to Do When a Solid-State Drive Fails
If your solid-state drive loses data, keep it turned off. While an SSD cannot sustain physical component damage during operation, it can overwrite files, contributing to corruption and reducing your chances of a successful recovery. Solid-state drives can also suffer from memory wear or other physical issues, and by keeping your drive powered off, you maintain your media in its original condition.
Never use data recovery software or disk utilities on your solid-state drive, as these programs can contribute to flash media issues by writing data to your disk.
We can provide a free solid-state drive data recovery evaluation through any of our offices. Our experts will determine whether your drive has recoverable data and provide a price quote and turnaround estimate.
Security Credentials and Advanced SSD Repair Technology
Because we specialize in solid-state drive data recovery, we can successfully treat the vast majority of cases. We maintain a 96 percent overall success rate, and our talented engineering teams always work to find creative solutions to media failure issues. With the use of strict security controls and advanced networks we can guarantee your confidentiality. We hold a number of compliance certifications to demonstrate the effectiveness of our security systems, and reputable third-party companies regularly audit our facilities. You can learn more about our all of our certifications through the menu above.
When you need a dependable, trustworthy provider with experienced solid-state drive repair experts, Secure Data Recovery Services can help. By maintaining state-of-the-art facilities, we offer the industry's best services for solid-state disk drives and hybrid drives of all sizes. To set up a free evaluation or for more information regarding our solid-state drive data recovery services, contact our 24/7/365 customer service team today.