Solid-state Drive Data Recovery
PITS Global Data Recovery Services provides world-class professional SSD data recovery services for the most sophisticated Solid-state drives. We have the latest data recovery tools, advanced data recovery software, certified cleanroom, experienced engineers, and high-precision soldering stations to restore data from a failed SSD. At the same time, our experts can repair certain types of solid-state drives.
Featured SSD Recovery Services:
We are available 24/7/365 to help you with the data recovery process every step of the way. See below the list of solid-state drive (SSD) services we support:
Providing highly-rated data recovery services in the United States, we strive to solve the data loss cases that other companies cannot recover. We maintain a 99% success rate for data recovery, holding an industry-leading service position. Until now, we have seen all kinds of solid-state drive failures and can help our clients feel fully briefed on their hardware before deciding on how to proceed on recovering lost files.
Advantages of PITS Global Data Recovery Services
- ISO 10 Certified Cleanroom
- Money-back guarantee
- Local Pick-up Options
- Reliable Services throughout 50 locations all over the US
- A 99% data recovery success rate
- Free evaluation and delivery
Benefits of Solid State Drives
The main advantages of SSDs are their compact size, lightweight, and lack of moving parts. The SSDs use a flash NAND memory that eliminates the need for the magnetic reading/writing process that the conventional hard drives use to store data. The risks of overheating, strong magnetism, loud whirring noises do not belong to solid-state drives.
With all these advantages, one can figure out why SSDs have become popular in mobile technology. With all these years, we have mastered repairing many SSD models and recovered petabytes of essential customer data.
SSD Data Recovery vs. HDD
The SSD technology stands for Solid State Drives, which means these devices do not have any mechanical parts inside. Instead, they have NAND chips soldered to the mainboard of SSDs. The data storage technology is very new compared to legacy magnetic hard drives. It comes with advanced data protection features.
There are many reasons to go with an SSD (Solid State Drive) over a hard disk drive. The lack of any reading writing arms decreases the risk of mechanical failure, which is a significant advantage in daily or mobile use. Their lightweight makes them a go-to option for many laptops, tablets, and phones.
However, this proliferation of SSDs has exposed its kinds of weaknesses that, while being different from traditional HDD drives, can still affect users unexpectedly and catastrophically. Like any tech device, SSDs can experience wear and tear over time, causing potential memory chip deterioration or sudden electrical failure. A faulty capacitor, power supply, or controller chip can lead to the complete failure of SSDs.
How to avoid the SSD Failure
SSD has no mechanical pieces to fail. Still, the flash memory cells undergo heavy programming processes every time the user does anything involving the storage of memory on their device. However, these memory cells can wear out over time if not properly cared for before warning signs. Here is what you can do before a need for solid-state drive recovery arises:
- User “hibernate” mode: When users initiate the “hibernate” mode on their device, the image of how the computer’s current state is saved. This is happening while your device “sleeps .” Upon re-activation, the laptop powers back that saved image state, minimizing the usage of the SSD drivess.
- Update to the most current OS: Regardless of whether you use Mac OS, Windows, or Linux, regularly update it to the most recent operating system version. The latest versions of operating systems are optimized to use the SSD drive resources effectively.
How to Prevent SSD Failure
Unfortunately, even a savvy computer user who takes all the necessary precautions may experience SSD failure. A fundamental flaw of the technology is that while the flash memory writes in pages, it can only erase data in blocks of pages. At some point, the flash memory begins to become unreliable, increasing its probability of partial or total failure. If you feel any abnormal behavior with your SSD drive, pay attention to the following signs:
- Constant Error messages when trying to “read” or “write” new data: This issue has to do with “bad blocks” of corrupted data overtaking the system. Bad blocks begin going out and destroying the flash memory cells until they can no longer efficiently copy, save, and erase data.
- Frequent Crashes and “Needs Repair”/ “Read Only” Warnings: The other options are apparent. If after a reboot or two, you still receive persistent crashing or “repair/read-only” warnings, your SSD may be failing and needs immediate attention. At this point, shut down the computer, unplug everything from the electrical outlet, and contact data recovery company to recover lost or deleted files from the SSD. So if you are careful after noticing the first signs of SSD disk failure, it gives us the highest probability of recovering all your files.
99% Success Rate in SSD Recovery
Solid-state drives often experience failure due to accidental deletion, corrupted file systems, or simple physical damage. We offer secure and certified solid-state drive recovery services both for logical and physical failures. With a vast network of facilities all over the US, we can take care of your data wherever you are.
If you experience any warning signs above, even after taking our advice to extend the SSD lifespan, contact our customer service to recover your SSD data as quickly as possible!