SSD drives give an amazing data transfer rate and increased system performance. The data on SSD drives are achieved using flash memory. The working mechanism of SSD and hard disk drives are entirely different. Thus, Solid State Drives (SSDs) are more reliable and durable than traditional hard drives (mechanical hard disks). However, data loss is not completely eliminated even from SSDs. No matter whether it happens accidentally or unintentionally, there comes a situation, where you lose data from SSD drives.
Users, who are not aware of SSD data recovery, may worry over the data loss. So, here is an ideal solution to recover data from Solid State Drives. By making use of Remo Recover SSD data recovery software you can restore lost or deleted data from SSD in just a few simple steps.
Caution: Stop using your SSD drive before you start performing the SSD data recovery. Don’t do actions like adding new files, installing any program, formatting, running an antivirus scan, etc. on your drive. This precautionary measure is to avoid overwriting of lost or deleted files from SSD. If a file is overwritten, then chances of data recovery will be reduced.
Remo Recover works well on all Windows operating systems and performs SSD data recovery in a safe and secure way. It can also be used to recover SSD data on Mac OS X systems as well. This provides powerful functionalities, using which you can recover SSDs data of different file types such as documents, database files, music, video, audio, images and so on. With Remo Recover you can preview the content of the recovered files after you complete the SSD data recovery process. Finally, after the recovery, you can save the recovered data back to any storage drive, once you activate the software. The software recovers data from crashed SSD, failed, corrupted, formatted, and reformatted SSD drives in three quick and simple steps. In addition to SSD drives, Remo Recover can also recover data from hard disk drives, pen drives, memory cards, FireWire Drives, USB flash drives, and other storage devices with ease. Download the free trial edition of the tool now, and follow the below mentioned instructions to recover data from your SSD drive.
Step 1: Connect the SSD drive to your system. Run Remo Recover software and click the Recover Partitions button. Next, select the SSD drive from the list and click Scan.
Figure A: Main Screen
Step 2: Now, choose the required SSD drive/partition from found partitions and click the Scan button to begin the SSD data recovery process.
Figure B: List of Found Partitions
Step 3: The tool deep scans the selected SSD partition and displays all recovered files.
Figure C: Recovered Data
Step 4: Verify your recovered files by clicking previewing them one by one. Yu can preview the recovered files by right clicking on the file and selecting Preview from the displayed options.
Figure D: Preview Recovered Data
Step 5: Finally, if you are happy with the recovery results, then activate the software, and Save your recovered data from SSD.
Figure E: Save Recovered Files
Corrupted File System: Like other drives, even SSD disk is installed by a file system to manage and organize the saved files in hierarchical form. This file system contains the entire information regarding the saved data. If you end up corrupting the file system due to abrupt removal of the drive or any other issues, all the files on your SSD drive become inaccessible. Finally, you might format your SSD drive in order to reuse it. This event tends to cause huge data loss
Operating System Crash: OS crash is one of the most common events that you come across. This event can prove to be tragic when you have only one partition on your SSD drive. When you come across an OS crash, you will have to format your partition and reinstall the operating system again. Due to this, you will be losing all your personal files which you had stored along with the OS files.
Virus Attack: These are malicious programs that execute on your system, in order to achieve data destruction. Such programs can spread rapidly to all your files on SSD's drive and cause data loss by destroying its file structure, renaming, deleting and converting it into shortcuts.
Power Failure: It is impossible to interpret when a power failure can occur. When a power surge happens, it terminates the computer improperly. This causes the loss of all the files that were active in the read or write process. In some exceptional cases, it makes the SSD drive to become inaccessible.
Apart from these reasons, there exist many other several factors lead to loss or deleting files from SSD. So, it is suggested to have a regular backup of your important files present on SSD drive to withstand unexpected data loss crisis.