When browsing the internet, you must have found many topics on SSD in recent years, right? That’s because SSD (Solid State Drive) has been developing rapidly in recent years, attracting an increasing number of people to buy.
Yet, SSD data loss problems are encountered by lots of people, though SSD were hailed for both fast speed and high reliability. Because of this, we also need to work out on how to recover data from dead SSD.
Reasons for You to Recover Data from Dead SSD
In theory, SSD is at less risk to fail since it has no mechanical parts. But, the reality is data loss is unavoidable.
Many reasons could be accused for the unusual performance of SSD. A SSD can also get corrupted or become dead easily. In such case, SSD data recovery becomes the most important thing.
When you discover your SSD drive refused to open, it seems that it is corrupted/has gone dead. Now, we summarize some reasons that could lead to this trouble: corrupt Master Boot Record, improper and over-usage of the SDD drive, sudden power failure, deadly virus attack or physical damage/ageing problem.
SSD File Recovery Method
At present, the question is whether it’s possible and how to recover data from dead SSD. Here, we give our answers: yes, SSD data recovery is possible as long as the SSD is not broken into pieces and data in it are not overwritten completely.
As for how to complete SSD file recovery, please see following 2 situations.
Recover Data from Dead External SSD
Upon discovering the SSD becomes dead, you should stop using it immediately. Firstly, download MiniTool Power Data Recovery from reliable website. Then, install the software to local drive and run it right away. After that, select the function, select the SSD to scan under different functions and choose needed files to recover from scan result.
After this, you can go to check the recovered files.
Recover Data from Dead Internal SSD
Yet, if the dead SSD is your internal hard drive, you’re not allowed to enter OS or access data inside. At this time, please turn to MiniTool Power Data Recovery Boot Disk: making it as a bootable USB drive/CD.
Connect the bootable USB drive/CD to computer and enter BIOS to change startup settings to let computer start without OS. Then, follow the prompts to see main interface of MiniTool Power Data Recovery. At last, complete the same operations we’ve mentioned in above situation to finish SSD recovery quickly.
Please don’t worry; the entire work will not bring any damage to your lost/existing data!