Solid State Drive data recovery
If you have an SSD that's failed, please give us a call on 01953 667977 or fill in the contact form and we will be happy to talk you through your options.
We work with all types of SSDs, including:
Take care and take backups of your SSD before they fail
Most new laptops and netbooks will be sold with solid state drives instead of mechanical hard disk drives, and they are also the “go-to” for most IT professionals when it’s time to upgrade client devices. Prices have lowered considerably from those early years meaning they are far more cost effective and affordable. However, though they are robust in terms of the fact that no moving parts which can be damaged due to knocks, bumps or drops, please bear in mind that SSD’s are not infallible and we regularly recover data from failed SSD devices.
A back-up solution should always be in place if your data is important to you. A typical SSD uses what is called NAND-based flash memory. This is a non-volatile type of memory that you can turn off, and the disk won’t “forget” what was stored on it.
SSD: solid, but not unbreakable
An SSD does not have a mechanical arm moving across a platter to read and write data as a typical hard disk drive would. It instead relies on an embedded processor called a ‘Controller’ to perform operations related to the reading and writing of stored data.
EADR Ltd have the very latest specialised tooling along with access to bespoke techniques (many developed in-house) to deal with data recovery from solid state drives with very high success rates.
What our customers say
Went to EADR for recovery of an SSD drive and they were fantastic, very professional and provided a quick service when we desperately required it. Highly Recommended.
★★★★★ Josh, 29 Aug 2018
I had a damaged external hard drive that i thought may have been beyond repair bit EADR managed somehow to recover all of my precious data. Very friendly service. I would highly recommend them.
★★★★★ Graham Halden, 25 Feb 2020
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