–SSD Drive Help–
For computer experts and users around the world, SSD drives (solid state drives) are becoming an ever more viable alternative to the traditional HDD drive (hard disk drive). SSD drives, having no moving parts, can provide fast, reliable, energy efficient and stable data storage. However, like any other hardware, they can go wrong from time to time and it can be helpful to know some of the potential pitfalls when it comes to SSD drives. Why would you want to invest your hard earned cash in Solid State Drives? Because they are very fast, mostly when set up as a SSD RAID 5 array. eProvided used RAID 5 disk arrays to recover all client data, when you need speed and low power energy consumption this is the way to go.
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How Does an SSD Drive Compare to an HDD Drive? SSD Problems & Data Recovery.
The traditional storage choice for desktop and laptop PCs, an HDD Drive is essentially a platter made of metal with a magnetic coating. This magnetic coating stores all your important information, and is then accessed by a read/write arm as the disk spins. An SSD on the other hand is comprised of a series of flash memory chips connected together which store and access your information with no moving parts. When this new technology is compromised data recovery on your SSD storage drive is likely.
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Why Might A Solid State Drive Fail? Common causes to the SSD not being recognized and SSD Drive Failure Insight.
SSD Drives have been known to fail, often quite suddenly, though they are generally reliable. Click here for SSD data recovery! There are a few causes that can cause Solid State Drive failure, with the most common being:
Physical faults with the SSD itself such as simple shoddy workmanship in the soldered parts, causing connections to break or become oxidized. Faulty components in the SSD itself can lead to electronic failures in the drive, causing it to malfunction.
Data corruption within the SSD can cause segments of the drive to fail, leading to a loss of data. This includes bad sectors, damage from viruses and corruption of data and information.
Damage to the SSD from a heavy blow, water damage or even short circuits, anything can go wrong with this new super speed technology. SSDs are generally robust but can still be damaged with a heavy impact or liquid leakage as well as solder joints and new solder non lead technology developments going awry. eProvided has learned that one of the most common failures in SSD drives is caused by corroded solder joints and connections inside the SMB itself. Have you ever seen the layers of a SSD drive board? Check out how small and complex these storage devices that are comprised of many NAND wafers are created.
Firmware upgrades can sometimes fail causing the drive to stop working, though this is quite rare.
An SSD is a useful and powerful storage device that provides good capacity and quick access with quiet performance and good robustness. Should your SSD fail, experienced professional SSD recovery services can help in many cases, restoring your data with no loss. Of course, it’s always wise to keep backups … just in case.
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