SSD Data Recovery
With adoption of solid-state drive (SSD) technology on the rise the last few years, whether you are using it for the performance/speed boost, believe they are more reliable, or simply like working with the cutting edge of technologies – hardware does fail.
When data loss happens Kworld can help in your time of need. Unlike hard disk drives, solid-state drives store data in flash memory chips. This means that while there are no moving mechanical parts they rely on a composition of specific electronic circuit assemblies and connectors to operate. SSD technologies vary but at Kworld we can recover from the common implementations like SATA etc. but also work with other proprietary connections including:
- M.2 SSDs
- Apple SSDs
- Lenovo Carbon SSD
- and more…
Data loss can occur for a number of reasons including those common to other media formats we recover data from like accidental deletion, fire/flood damage, virus contamination, and data corruption. However they also tend to be inflicted with problems unique to the technology.
Common Causes of Solid-State Data Loss CBL Helps With:
- Power surge damage
- Electronic component damage
- Overheat damage to printed circuit boards/connectors
- Controller circuit failure
- Flash degradation causing unit failure