How to Recover and Protect your SSDMurtaza Bawa
Since last few years, Solid State Drives are constantly becoming more and more common in home and business PCs.
Difference between hard disk and SSD
SSD uses NAND flash, whereas HDD uses aluminum platters covered with a thin magnetic mixture or glass. In the comparison of SSD HDD uses more battery power. SDD copy files at the transfer rate of 200 MB/s to up to 550 MB/while HDD copy files at 50 MB/s to up to 120 MB/s
Recovering files from SSD
There are mostly three common types of SSD failure
1- Human error
2- Electrical issues
3- SSD overheating issues
If your SSD data is lost don’t worry. Ittech4all technician has successfully recovered data from many SSD from all of the different vendors. usually, SSD manufacturers may lack the slandered of developing NAND chips, flash chip pinouts, exclusive wear leveling design, special encryption types and use of proper liquid components such as glue and epoxy on the NAND flash chips etc. Since last 8 years, the Ittech4all technician was successful in bringing the SSD back to factory mode by research and development on all different types of NAND drives.
The Good and the Bad about SSD
In comparison to HDD, SSD is quite immune to mechanical failure as it has no moving parts. They are also strong and can handle much environmental influence like shock, physical vibration, all without sacrificing data integrity or suffering data damage. Though, SSD data recovery is quite vulnerable to electrical damage, firmware corruption, and switch failure.
While recovering data from SSD is not an easy job, the Ittech4all technician has done in many cases with great achievement and have experience of 8 years and tools to effort the data recovery.
How to keep your SSD Healthy
There are many ways to keep your SSD healthy and to protect your data. Here are some helpful tips how to maintain your SSD life.
1 avoids storing data above 90% of the drive capacity.
2 You should Enable Trim in your OS because SSD drive has a
function named Garbage collection and the trim commands make this garbage collection more efficient.
3 Make sure to keep your SSD safe from electric power surges.
4 Make sure that your SSD is up to date. Normally check with your Sales person for any updates query.