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Realtime Support Data Recovery is the national leader in expert Solid State Drive (SSD) data recovery with over a 90% success rate. Our Solid State Drive recovery experts are specially trained to work and recover data from failed and corrupted SSD. With specialized equipment and techniques that are specifically designed for SSD recovery and flash devices, we can help restore and recover your data from any model of Solid State Drive, in any data loss event.
If your Solid State Drive – SSD has crashed, doesn’t function, physically damaged, dropped on the floor, damaged by water, heat, fire or otherwise failed, we can help with the most severe and complicated SSD data loss situations. With certified Class 10 ISO 4 Cleanroom technology and an extensive track record of success, Realtime Support Data Recovery offers professional SSD data recovery. If we can’t recover your data… you don’t pay!
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In today’s era there is so much data everywhere. A lot of it is attributed to the fact that hardware has become a lot cheaper. New innovations in technology have also been instrumental in bringing this data boom. With this the risk of losing important data has also increased to a very large extent. Situations may arise when you accidentally delete some very important data. Well, not to worry anymore. Realtime Support Data Recovery will assist you in the best possible way to recover your data. We take care of all versions of the Windows operating system. So irrespective of the OS you can look forward to us for any trouble caused by loss of data from your Solid State Drive as we provide the finest SSD data recovery services across the country. Our SSD data recovery is not only limited to Windows but also DOS, Linux, MAC and many more.
The physical damage to the SSD hard drive is caused by a number of reasons. Some of these are mechanical or electrical failure, hard drive with burned chips, hard drives which the BIOS cannot identify and others. The point to be noted here is that there can be non-physical damage as well to the SSD data structure which can be due to virus attacks, corrupt partition tables, formatted drives etc. In most Solid State Drive recovery cases we see missing, corrupted, inaccessible and lost data that can be retrieved provided that the correct skills, tools and SSD data recovery procedures are being used. Our highly trained data recovery technicians apply the latest, most advanced SSD recovery technology and solutions together with our proprietary methods which offers over a 90% success rate.
Reasons for physical damage to the hard drive
- Power surge
- Voltage spikes
- Water damaged
- Electronic failures
- SSD not being recognized by the BIOS.
- SSD with burned chips on the logic board
- SSD with physical damage, such as being dropped, flooded etc.
Reasons for non-physical (logical) damage to the hard drive
- Corrupted Partition Tables
- Corrupted File Allocation Tables (FAT)
- Corrupted Master File Tables (MFT)
- Deleted Files
- Formatted Drives
- Virus Attacks
Solid State Drive / Hard Drive Failure Symptoms
Signs of future HDD failure can manifest in several ways. If your hard drive begins to display the following warning signs, you should prepare to backup or transfer data. Failure can be gradual but do not wait for the symptoms to worsen before taking action. One of the most common ones is system or data transfer is very slow. This is a tricky situation and if you are not really sure of the problem, it is better not to act. In such situations we are here to provide our guidance and help so that you don’t lose the valuable data. Sometimes it so happens that we try to back up the data using repair utilities or other recovery tools and end up doing more damage. Realtime Support Data Recovery can help you avoid such a situation.
- Slowing data transfer rates – If your file transfer operations (copying or writing files) begin to slow down, hard drive failure is not guaranteed but it may be an early warning sign—it could be an issue related to failure or other hardware, such as RAM. However, if performance begins to noticeably slow and other symptoms pop up, then it may be wise to start backing up data.
- Corrupted data – Files that can’t open or go missing are another sign that your hard drive may be reaching end of life.
- Increasing number of bad sectors – A subsection of the physical disc on a hard driver platter or flash memory chip, a sector goes “bad” when it can no longer respond to read/write operations. It can be a result of physical damage or software errors. When the number of bad sectors increases, it can be a sign of future drive failure. If the bad sectors are a result of software issues, you can attempt a fix in Windows. It is highly recommended to do a full backup before attempting to run any software repair utilities. In doing so on a corrupt or failing drive can cause irreversible damage, thus making it impossible to recover data.
- Strange noises (HDD only) – Unlike SSDs, hard drives do not operate silently—they tap and whirr in normal operation. However, loud and irregular noises such as clicks and clacks serve as an indication of drive health. If you start hearing loud noises and notice degrading performance, failure is imminent.
- HDD Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology (S.M.A.R.T.) metrics – S.M.A.R.T. is a technology built-into hard drives and solid state drives that reports on several metrics used to determine overall health. For sudden drive failure, S.M.A.R.T. may not be the most useful tool, but it will help track gradually declining performance. To fetch your drive’s S.M.A.R.T. metrics, use a free tool such as SpeedFan.
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