How to Recover Deleted, Formatted Files from SSD
SSD, short for Solid State drive, is a form of computer storage as the alternative to traditional hard drives. SSDs are hailed for high speed, shock resistance and reliability, and almost any worth-mentioning notebook manufacturer provide its customers with a SSD option, like Apple (in their Macbook Air), Sony (in the VAIO family) and etc.
Data loss occurs not only because of physical "injuries", but also as a result of having formatted the wrong disk (it happened to me, and I am sure it also happened to others, too), or even because of a virus infection.
Just as the traditional hard drive, as long as it is not physical damage to SSD that causes your data loss, you can recover data from SSD easily with a data recovery program. SSD Recovery, an initiative, safe and easy SSD data recovery tool, can help you recover data from SSD that is formatted, defective or damaged, as well as files that you may have inadvertently deleted from your SSD. It is cross-compatible for the whole range of HDD manufacturers, so it is relatively simple to get data back no matter the affected disk is built by Maxtor, Seagate or Hitachi. For Mac users, SSD Recovery for Mac is also available.
Just like recover data from traditional hard drive, you can achieve SSD recovery within 3 steps.
Difficulty: Fairly easy
Time required: Due to the large capacity of your SSD, it will take several minutes to finish the recovery
- 1. Select the Recovery Mode: "Deleted Recovery" to recover deleted files from SSD; "Format Recovery" to unformat SSD; "Partition Recovery" to recovered deleted, formatted, and lost partition; "Raw Recovery" to recover your files with deep scan.
- 2. Select your SSD drive and click "Scan".
- 3. Select the files on SSD that need to be recovered. You can also preview photos and audios to check if they are the ones you need to recover.
- 4. Specify a location on your external hard drive to save the recovered files.
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