Solid State Disk, SSD Hard Drive Recovery Service
We are SSD data recovery experts that help deal with data loss. We can recover files from any Solid State device.
eProvided recovers files and data from Solid State Hard Drives (SSD Drives). We recover lost images and data from formatted drives, and drives that are no longer recognized. We retrieve documents on drives that are damaged, corrupted, overwritten, deleted or have suffered any type of damage. Have you lost data before and were unable to retrieve it? eProvided can retrieve it and is successful with over 98% of the cases we receive. Avoid using software recovery programs as they have the potential to damage your data even further! Your best bet is to choose eProvided as your full-service Solid State Hard Drive recovery company.
Your SSD Drive Issue ?
Data corruption within the SSD can cause segments of the drive to fail, leading to a loss of data. This includes bad sectors or damage from viruses. Water damage or heavy impacts can damage solder joints can also cause data loss.
Solid State Drive Recovery Process
- Turnaround time is 1-3 days or less once the SSD shipment has been received.
- Providing SSD hard drive recovery for photos or damaged data that has been lost or overwritten due to physical SSD damage
- We can recover from Solid State Hard Drives that are no longer recognizable due to data loss or image loss
- Our recovery rush service is always available for your SSD Drive (see the Solid State Drive Recovery Submission Form for instructions)
- We do not charge recovery fees if we do not recover.
- We can do SSD NAND microchip replacements, data dumps directly from NAND wafers, advanced circuit replacements, and all other major and minor fixes relating to any file system damage on any solid state disks
- We perform cutting edge Solid State Drive (SSD)and NAND Data Recovery and access NAND memory chips and wafers directly
SSD Form Factor & Data Recovery: PCIE, mSATA, M.2 SSD
- Depending on the Type of Computer, there are Different SSD Form Factor Types.
- Different SSD or PCIE SSD Sockets Require Different Form Factor Configurations.
- Usually the Smaller Your Computer, the Smaller your SSD Drive Form Factor Used.
- eProvided Recovers Files from ALL Form Factors.
Are you wondering what type of SSD you Have? There are 3 form factors (types) of Solid State Drives. Here are the differences.
The most common and standard form factor for SSDs is 2.5-inch. The 2,5 fits within a computer’s disk drive main bay. Consumers commonly replace their hard disk drive with a 2.5 inch SSD. Being the same size allows you to remove your existing storage drive and install a Solid State Drive within the same connection.
eProvided Recovers Files on All SSD Form Factors
- 2.5 SSD – Most affordable and familiar. They are used in desktops and have a lightweight shell.
- mSATA SSDs, also known as Mini-SATA. These solid state disks are much smaller than the 2.5.
- M.2 SSDs – Similar to mSATA and come in a bare circuit board setup. There are both SATA and PCI-E variants.
- PCI-Express SSDs (PCIE) – These are most expensive, but offer the fastest transfers of data.