SSD Recovery

Data Recovery on Solid State Drives

Every Flash recovery situation is unique, but recovering data stored on a solid state drive (SSD) is particularly complex.

Through our Recovery products and services, East Africa Recovery Experts can help clients understand and manage the challenges associated with Solid State Drive Data Recovery.

Our engineers have an in depth industry leading toolkit designed to offer customers a higher success rate and quicker data retrieval turnaround, while increasing the integrity of the information recovered.

Example of a Solid State Drive (SSD)

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Solid State Drive Development

Large information technology companies and laptop/notebook manufacturers are increasingly integrating Flash-based SSDs into their business solution portfolios and consumer products, taking advantage of improved read/write performance, efficient heat dissipation, lower energy consumption and decreasing cost.

While the market continues to grow, we see specific needs for more complex enterprise and industrial SSDs, designed for industry leading performance and endurance.

Common Causes of SSD or Flash Data Loss

SSD and Flash storage devices can suffer some of the same causes of data loss as traditional storage devices such as hardware failure, human error, computer viruses, power surges, natural disasters, or software/program corruption.

 

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Challenges in Solid State Drive Recovery

The challenges of data recovery from Flash media including SSDs can include:

  • Proprietary data organization
  • Address line complexity (microprocessor communication routes)
  • Flash memory chip density (number of Flash chip configurations within an array)
  • Implementation of customized wear-leveling algorithms
  • Error Correction Code variables
  • Encryption and Encoding variations

5 comments

  1. githinji says:

    can data jpeg and mov files on a ssd card formatted with a camera recovered? ,,kindly

    1. Issac k Tallam says:

      recovery of deleted photos

  2. Issac k Tallam says:

    recovery of deleted photos

  3. Admin says:

    Common situations which would suggest that your SSD might be suffering from one or more failures or other potential data loss scenarios:
    1. SSD no longer recognized by the operating system and by the BIOS.
    2. SSD detected by the BIOS and/or operating system, but reporting as unreadable.
    3. Inaccessible boot device.

    EARE_Team

  4. Admin says:

    What not to do when handling SSD cards:

    1. Don’t defrag: Defragging doesn’t do anything at all to an SSD except make it rewrite a lot of data, hastening its eventual demise.
    2. Don’t use optimization software and settings: All the optimization software made for mechanical drives is bad for SSDs.
    3. Don’t fill it up: Filling an SSD to 90% or more capacity is asking for trouble as the flash memory searches for ways to write new data. Everything slows down like a bad traffic jam. Warning bells should start going off once your drive has reached the 75% mark and you still have lots of data to upload.

    EARE_Team

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