SSD Data Recovery

M.2 SSD Data Recovery

SSD Data Recovery
Sata SSD

mSata Data Recovery
mSata SSD


Data Recovery Services on all major brands of Solid State Drives in our New York City lab:

WD SSD Data Recovery

Samsung SSD Data Recovery

WD SSD Data Recovery

Crucial SSD Data Recovery

Kingston SSD Data Recovery

OCZ Toshiba SSD Data Recovery

We do data recovery on all types of SSD form factors (M.2, SATA, mSATA ... Connections to the system) and interfaces (AHCI & NVMe). Solid state drives are becoming more and more popular as the SSD technology advances, it's capacity increases and it's price continue to decline. Companies, organizations and individuals start upgrading their systems to take advantage of this relatively new technology. By now SSD is almost becoming standard storage device alongside regular hard drive since it has faster speed and vibration resistance property.
But there are crucial differences between these two which makes SSD data recovery process completely different from hard disk drive data recovery especially when drive failure happens.
Inside a SSD there are NAND flash memory chips (SLC, MLC, TLC or 3D types) and a processor working as a controller. This Controller provides an interface for computer to access SSD memory chips through SATA or PCIe port on Motherboard. The controller chip is taking care of complicated tasks like:

  • Error-correcting code(ECC)
  • Wear leveling
  • Bad block mapping
  • Read scrubbing and read disturb management
  • Read and write caching
  • Garbage collection
  • Encryption

These sophisticated operations make direct access to data from SSD NAND memories extremely complicated. To make a difficult situation even worse, for security protection SSD manufacturers keep their mapping and encryption algorithms inside SSD flash memories a closely guarded secret. Aside from all of these obstacles, computer OS periodically sends TRIM command to SSD for wiping NAND cells belonging to recently deleted files. All of these actions make a data recovery job more complex for SSD compare to regular hard disk drive. Even though they are less prone to crash but chances of SSD failure is NOT zero and it happens when you are least expecting it. There are many different reasons for a solid state drive to crash but typically most of them are related to the limited numbers of read and write cycles for each cell, electric surge, sudden power loss and extreme heat or magnetism.

When your drive runs into problem, SSD data recovery by non-professional is almost impossible and it will make the situation even worse. By using of the latest innovative techniques Amnet/Datacillin guarantees to get your data back and recover your lost information. Our equipment is specifically designed to work with damaged SSD.

CALL us at 212-935-9200 or fill out contact form to find out how Amnet/Datacillin can help!


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