Our experts in Arlington, Virginia can help to recover your SSD’s data.
Envescent offers data recovery from solid state drives that are accidentally formatted, have sustained damage or are otherwise not working properly.
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Even SSDs can fail — and they are complex devices.
Solid state drive data recoveries are increasingly common. As solid state drives themselves become more popular, growing in size and getting cheaper. Data recovery services for solid state drives include extracting data from damaged file systems, corrupted files, failing flash memory and problems with the interface or controller.
Quality makes an enormous difference in flash memory.
We’re not often told that solid state drive quality varies significantly. Some times are mediocre quality and will have higher failure rates as a result. This is because inexpensive the flash memory is often recycled (used), low quality or otherwise prone to failure. And often these drives become the best sellers.
Look out for these signs that your flash drive may be failing.
Signs of a damaged solid state drive include no longer being able to identify the device in Windows or your BIOS, messages prompting the user to format it, that it cannot be recognized, that the $Mft is missing or corrupted or that the drive spontaneously disconnects and reconnects. Other signs may be that the SATA port on the drive is loose and no longer able to make a secure connection, a burning smell or visible burning on the circuitry or that the drive is physically damaged. Damaged solid state drives in this condition often don’t last long.
Dedicated data recovery experts here to help retrieve your valuable information.
- PHASE 1: If your source storage device is in relatively good condition and we are performing basic data recovery procedures. Data is copied to an external hard drive or another computer the estimate cost is usually about $375.00. This covers situations where the computer has failed but the hard drive is intact, removal of malware, minor file system repairs, file permission repairs, trouble with a very recently deleted single file, etc. The process usually takes about 4-6 business days (after diagnostics).
- PHASE 2: If instead your source storage device has been damaged and it needs advanced data recovery the estimate is usually about $450.00 to $900.00 depending on the amount of damage and how that complicates the process for us. This process usually takes about one to two business weeks, but may take longer if the drive is very damaged (after diagnostics).
- PHASE 3: Some source storage devices may be extremely damaged and require invasive data recovery services. This is only about 10% of cases we see. This operation costs $1,350.00. This process usually takes about 3-4 business weeks (after diagnostics).