Broken SSD Data Recovery

Broken SSD Data Recovery

You should be having a basic knowledge that an SSD is a storage device similar to that of the HDD. The main use of the SSD is it helps in reading and writing data and helps in maintaining the stored data in a permanent state. You might find an Broken SSD Data Recovery more valuable and very useful, but do you know that the one major disadvantage of having an SSD is the data recovery in case of drive damage. Some common symptoms that might lead to a broken or a damaged SSD are:

  • Frequent crashes
  • Bad blocks in the SSD
  • The SSD becomes read-only

So what if you want to recover the data from a broken SSD? Well, you are in for a miracle because there are a few third-party applications that will help you recover data. Here are some frequently used third-party applications that are available for download.

  • Recoverit
  • Stellarinfo
  • Easeus
  • 7DataRecovery

Let us see the steps to recover data from a broken SSD using Recoverit.

  • On your Windows or Mac computer, open the default browser, enter the official Recoverit URL in the address bar, and press the Enter/ Return button.
  • A new page will open. Here, you will have two options to download the Recoverit application.
  • Based on your Operating system, click the appropriate button on the screen.
  • The Recoverit application will be downloaded.
  • Double-click the downloaded file to begin the installation.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions and click I accept checkbox for the license agreement.
  • After installing the application, open it, and you will see the drives of the computer in the application.
  • Select a recovery method from the available options. Here, to recover data from the damages SSD, select Deleted Files recovery, and choose the damaged SSD.
  • The scanning will now begin. Click the All-round recovery option for better scan results.
  • Once the scanning gives you the recovered contents of the selected SSD drive, you can click on the checkbox to recover a single file or select all.
  • Insert an external hard drive to the computer to save the files recovered from the SSD.
  • Click the Recover button seen at the bottom right corner of the window and select the external drive to save the recovered data. For more guidelines on Broken SSD Data Recovery call us on our experts.