SSD Data Recovery Experts

Have you deleted files from your SSD hard drive? Under certain circumstances, your deleted files still have a chance of successful SSD data recovery. Thus, most consumers, and business professionals should know about the TRIM feature on SSDs. With the TRIM feature enabled, you’ll need a backup of the data. Professional SSD recovery engineers recover deleted data from these backups every day. Although, without TRIM enabled, recovery software sometimes recovers formatted partitions. Notably, our engineers have recovered formatted SSDs with TRIM enabled. Therefore, any PCIe, M.2, NVMe, or embedded USB devices data recovery is possible.

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 eProvided understands that unfortunately damaged SSD hard drives becomes an aggravating situation. Recover lost documents from formatted drives, and drives that are no longer recognized. Also, retrieve documents on defective drives and corrupted SSDs. Equally important, recover data from overwritten or deleted SSDs. Lost your files and can’t recover them? Again, eProvided retrieves all damaged file types. We are proud of a 98% average success rate on all cases received. In the end, avoid troublesome SSD data recovery programs. Seeing that, they have the ability to damage your data! Overall, chose eProvided as your full-service Solid State Hard Drive recovery company.

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Lost data on your SSD? Ultimately, malfunctions cause sections of your drive to fail. Ordinarily, this will lead to lost data. This includes bad sectors or damage from viruses. Water damage or heavy impacts can also damage solder joints & cause data loss. To sum up, SSD data recovery experts will restore your original files.

Solid State Drive Recovery Process

  • Turnaround time: 1-3 days or less once shipment received.
  • SSD hard drive recovery for lost photos or damaged data. In addition, recover lost files or overwritten data due to physically damaged SSDs.
  • Samsung EVO M.2 SSD. 860, 960, 970 mSATA, NVMe, SATA III, PRO, QVO & EVO. In short, all Samsung Solid state drives can be recovered. All in all, any SSD manufacturer can be as well.
  • Recover files from Solid State Hard Drives that are not recognized due to data loss or image loss.
  • File recovery rush service is available for your damaged SSD Drive. Thus, see the Solid State Drive Recovery ‘Start Your Recovery’ form for instructions.
  • No files recovered? Thus, no data recovery fees. And, we provide a free evaluation.
  • We handle SSD NAND microchip replacements and data dumps directly from NAND wafers. And, not only that. eProvided provides advanced circuit replacement & circuit repairs related to file system damage on any solid state disks.
  • We perform cutting-edge Solid State Drive (SSD) and NAND Data Recovery. Furthermore, we access NAND memory chips & wafers directly.

PCIe 4.0 M2 SSD Data Recovery

Intel has finally integrated PCIe 4.0 and supports Z590 and 11th-Gen Rocket Lake CPUs. They’ve doubled the PCIe bus bandwidth, ensuring sequential speeds drastically. Equally, these are aggressive & speedy SSD drives. Creative professionals and software developers understand how detrimental sequential speeds are. The Samsung 980 PRO can read and write at 7,000 and 5,000 Mbps reciprocally. Additionally, having increased data access speed, you’ll get the most out of your drive. Most storage access operations reads and writes data, rather than saving data. Deciding which SSD form factor is best for you determines a few things. Like, price range, your motherboard, and your data access needs. Furthermore, finding the best M2 SSD is not as simple as finding other computer parts. Above all, M2 SSD recovery engineers have experience to restore corrupted data.

SSD Form Factor & Data Recovery: PCIE, mSATA, M.2 SSD

Are you wondering what type of SSD drive you have? SSD hard drive recovery is possible on any SSD storage device. There are three form factors when manufacturing Solid State Drives. Let’s discuss the most common and a few differences. For one thing, our favorite form factor is the M.2 setup. M.2 SSD data recovery is one type of file recovery available on different versions of SSD’s.

The most common, standard form factor for an SSD is the 2.5-inch. Additionally, the 2.5 inch (6.35 centimeters) Solid State Disk form factor fits within a computer’s main bay. Consumers commonly upgrade hard disk drives with 2.5 inch (6.35 cm) SSD storage drives. Being the same form factor allows you to easily remove and upgrade your existing storage drive and install a Solid State Drive.

  • eProvided Recovers Files from ALL Form Factors.
  • In short, there’s Different SSD Form Factors. SSD data recovery service is available on each form factor.
  • Different SSD or PCIE SSD Sockets Require Different Form Factor Configurations.
  • In most cases, the Smaller Your Computer, the Smaller your SSD Drive Form Factor.
  • M.2 SSD data recovery is in your reach, no matter what solid state drive form factor.

NVMe SSD Form Factor File Retrieval

NVMe is optimized for NAND flash and next-generation solid state technology. Also called NVM Express.

  • To emphasize, eProvided Recovers Files from all NVMe Form Factors.
  • NVMe’s technology delivers two times the performance of SAS 12 Gb/s.
  • NVMe delivers 4 to 6 times the performance of SATA 6 Gb/s compared with AHCI protocols.

eProvided Recovers Files from All SSD Form Factors

  • The 2.5 SSD Form Factor. Chiefly, the most affordable & most common. They’re used in desktops & are lightweight.
  • mSATA SSDs, also known as Mini-SATA. These solid state disks are much smaller than the 2.5.
  • M.2 SATA III SSD (Common on Apple products). Additionally, they are similar to mSATA and come as a bare circuit board. There are both SATA and PCI-E variants.
  • PCI-Express SSDs (PCIE). In brief, the most expensive, but offer the fastest data transfers.