Quick Guide to Recover Data from Crashed SSD

Updated on February 12, 2020

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Crashed SSD data recovery overview

"When a SSD drive crashes/dies/fails, the following questions arises in the mind of the users. "Can files on it be recovered?", "What to do if my SSD crashes with no backup?", "Can data be recovered from a failed/crashed SSD?", "How to recover data from a failed SSD?" These questions are quite common when an SSD drive crashes or fails and you lose your crucial data. Here, you will find a solution to recover data from crashed SSD drive. To know about crashed SSD recovery solution, continue reading..!

If your SSD drive is crashed or failed, and no backup of the files are found, then Remo crashed external hard drive data recovery software is am ideal solution to recover your data. The tool is specially designed to recover data from crashed, failed, corrupted, formatted, and inaccessible hard disk drives, and Solid State Drives.

Recover data from crashed SSD with Remo Hard Drive Recovery software

Before getting into how to recover data from crashed SSD, let's know something about Remo Recover data recovery tool at first. Remo Recover is an ultimate software which is designed to recover data from Samsung SSD as well as from all brands of SSSDs (Kingston, Corsair, Plextor, Kingston, Seagate, SanDisk, etc.), when a they fails or crashes. With the powerful data recovery capacity and wizard-like interface, even a novice user with less technical knowledge can even recover partition data after SSD crash in hassle free manner.

Steps to recover data from crashed SSD drive:

Remo Recover data recovery program is available in demo version which you can download for free of cost and is compatible to work on all Windows platforms. Therefore, install this tool on your computer and then follow the steps to get back data from crashed SSD drive:

Step 1: Launch Remo Recover and click on "Recover Partitions" option from the main screen. Then, you will see all the physical and logical drives available in the system. Choose the SSD drive and click "Scan" button

Click on Recover Drives button

Step 2: Now, the software scans the SSD drive to find all the lost, deleted, or crashed partitions in it. Once it completes the scanning process, a list of found partitions are displayed. Choose the appropriate partition from where you want to extract data and click "Scan" button to start the recovery process

A List of Found Partitions

Step 3: Upon the completion of scanning the crashed SSD partition, you can see a list of recovered files in "Data View", and "File Type View"

Recovered Data View

Step 4:The tool will now allow to preview the recovered files and evaluate its recovery results before you save the files. You can preview the recovered files by right clicking on the file and selecting Preview from the displayed options.

Click to Preview the recovered data list

Step 5: After evaluating the recovery results, if you are satisfied with the tool, then purchase its complete version and save the recovered files at the location of your choice

Click on Save to store the recovered data


Get to know more about Remo Recover tool

Remo Recover is an effective utility that assist you to perform failed SSD recovery with just few easy steps. Its enhanced and robust recovery mechanisms enables you to restore all types of data including images, songs, documents, videos, etc.

Toolkit will recover your data from SSDs with any file system such as NTFS5, NTFS, FAT32, FAT16 and exFAT. Furthermore, it also recovers data from other external devices like hard drive, memory cards (CF, SD, XD, etc.), FireWire drive, pen drive and many more. Remo Recover software even comes handy in all the following situations:

  • Formatted SSD hard drive without data backup
  • SSD is improperly partitioned causing damage to any of its partition
  • Reinstalled OS on SSD
  • SSD file system is corrupt
  • Accidentally deleted precious files on SSDs
  • Deleted or lost the SSD partition due to any reason

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