SSD Data Recovery

Because SSD devices and equipment are a new and advancing technology, SSD data recovery services are also somewhat new and evolving. SSD stands for Solid State Drive, which means that it is a solid state hard drive with little to no moving components. SSD data recovery is less common than other types of hard drive data recovery because these devices are extraordinarily durable and reliable; therefore do not fail as often as other types of devices. However, when they do fail, data recovery on a SSD can be an extremely complex and difficult process. Nevertheless, Platinum Data Recovery services have the technology and skills required to salvage your sensitive and valuable data.

Free Diagnostics

As with most types of hard drive failures, SSD data recovery projects seek to reclaim data from one of two general types of failures: Logical and Physical.

Logical SSD Failure

Logical failures of SSD drives are uncommon but not impossible. In most cases logical errors in solid state drives are related to an electrical problem such as an incorrect power supply, a power surge or some other electrical error. SSD data recovery may also be required in the event that a user error causes the drive to fail, including the inadvertent admission of a malicious virus, program or malware, or when a user mistakenly deletes valuable information.

Physical Failure

Physical failure typically means that all or most of the data on a device is intact, but the actual components and systems used to retrieve or access the data are broken or non-existent. This means that a physical solution must be applied that includes repairing the device to a usable state and the using state of the art technology and analytical equipment in order to properly extract the data for secure storage on a working device. SSD data recovery for a physical drive failure can be related to direct damage to the device such as: compressing it; extreme temperatures or humidity; or exposing the device to water, beverages, food items, dirt, and other debris and contaminants.

Why Choose Us?

While a physical hard drive failure might seem like an easy repair, it is the equivalent of a complicated
surgery. The components of a SSD are generally quite complex in nature –- most are microscopic and the
tools and equipment necessary to bring a SSD data recovery project to fruition are expensive and
require an expert to wield correctly. Extensive electrical skills are required for a job of this nature.

We encourage you to take the following steps if your SSD drive has ceased to function:

  • Stop using the device at once
  • Turn the device off and disconnect the power supply
  • Call the number at the top of your screen for a free, no-obligation evaluation

In many cases we can evaluate and get the data back from your device in as little as a few days. The
sooner you call us, the sooner your valuable data will be back safely in your possession.

Take action and call us now.
Call (800) 313-0044 or (323) 347-4444


"I would personally like to thank David Green and the Platinum Data Recovery team for saving important data that  we needed to perform critical historical reports... Platinum Data Recovery was able to provide a great turn around on the data."

Mohamud Mahmoud, Sr. Systems Administrator view this letter all letters

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Our experts specialize in the following hard drive or enclosure brands: Western Digital, Hitachi, Seagate, IBM, Toshiba, Maxtor, Fujitsu, Samsung, Lacie, Iomega, G-Tech, Buffalo or Click free