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A Solid-State Drive or SSD is a hard drive that's similar to the standard hard drive used in computers and laptops. However, what makes an SSD superior to an HDD is its storage technology which is based on flash memory rather than a magnetic platter used in the latter.
Unlike HDD, an SSD doesn't have any moving components. So, it has a very long life unless it's severely affected by a powerful malware or some form of physical damage.
An SSD is far superior to an HDD. However, even it can't offer 100% data protection. There are many reasons for it to fail, although the chances are lower than HDD. That said, if you do encounter any data loss issue in SSD, then Stellar can help. As leading data recovery service providers in Bangladesh, we put in effort in research and development. Our data recovery engineers have extensive experience in NAND technology; we can make SSD data recovery from all SSD and SSHD brands. With our proprietary tools, we can recover from any unexpected data loss from SSD drive.
We have a state of the art class 100 clean room which allows us to offer unparalleled SSD recovery services! We also provide the most professional data recovery services in entire Bangladesh with the help of our partner Aritra Computers.
An HDD, being mechanical in nature often gives audible signals when it's malfunctioning or breaking down. However, an SSD is completely silent which is why you have to look for other types of signs. Some of these are:
Just like "bad sectors" that are particular to failing HDDs, there are "bad blocks" on SSDs which are essentially the same. So, if you get error messages when you write/copy files to/from an SSD drive, then it could be a sign of failing hardware.
If files start to disappear without any reason, then also it could mean that your SSD is giving up on you.
If you are using an SSD as your primary hard drive, i.e. the hard drive where you have installed your OS on, then frequent system crashes or bootup issues could mean that your SSD may lose the data anytime soon. Thus, you must apply an SSD data recovery service unless you have created a backup of your own.
Drive Won't Detect:
If an SSD drive or the entire SSD becomes unrecognizable by your OS, then you should immediately look into hardware issues.
If your SSD is malfunctioning, then you should do the following:
When you delete files on an SSD then they are usually sent to the recycle bin or the trash folder in your system. Unless you clean this folder, you can restore the deleted files from it. However, if you have formatted the entire SSD or a particular drive even, then the only way to recover those files is through a specialized and professional SSD recovery service.
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