PITS Global Data Recovery Services provides world-class solid-state drive data restoration services throughout the vast network of facilities in the United States. We have the latest data recovery tools, advanced hardware, certified cleanroom, experienced engineers, and high-precision soldering stations to restore data from all brands and models of SSDs.
Solid-State Drive Data 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 restore data from:
Providing high-level data recovery services in the United States, we strive to solve the data loss cases with the maximum results. 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 how to recover lost files.
Advantages of PITS Global Data Recovery Services:
SSD vs. HDD Data Recovery
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.
However, this proliferation of SSDs has exposed its weaknesses that, while being different from traditional HDD drives, can still affect users unexpectedly and catastrophically.
Like any tech device, SSDs can experience various issues, causing potential memory chip deterioration or sudden electrical failure. A faulty capacitor, power supply, or controller chip can lead to the complete inability of SSDs.
How to Prevent SSD Failure
Unfortunately, SSD failure and data loss are always a possibility. 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 see any unusual behavior from 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 you still receive persistent crashing or “repair/read-only” warnings after a reboot or two, your SSD may be failing and needs immediate attention.
At this point, shut down the computer, unplug everything from the electrical outlet, and contact a data recovery company to restore 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 malware. We offer secure and certified solid-state drive recovery services for logical and physical losses. With a vast network of facilities all over the US, we can take care of your data wherever you are.
Contact our customer service if you experience data loss from your solid-state drive and need to restore them with the maximum results. We are ready to help you with any failure scenario you are facing.
The prices for SSD data recovery depend on the damage level, capacity, brand, and model of your device. In addition, the service levels and costs vary depending on the timing turnaround. PITS Global Data Recovery Services provides risk-free evaluation and safe shipping to provide you with an exact price quote for your individual case.
There can be different warning signs for a solid-state drive failure. Some of them are:
- The drive can’t read the files
- You cannot write new files to the SSD. It becomes read-only.
- “Blue screen of death” error
- Physical damage (e.g., crash)
- The device started to run slowly
If you have faced these or any other failure symptoms, contact our customer service to speak directly to a data recovery specialist.
If your SSD is failing, follow these steps to avoid further damage.
- Shut down your computer or laptop that is acting strange.
- Contact data recovery specialists for a consultation and further free evaluation. You can fill in the request form here.