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Can I Recovr Data from My Randomly Dead SSD?

Old SSD randomly died and so I’ve upgraded to a new one. I have a lot of very valuable files on that drive that I stupidly haven’t backed up. Is it at all possible for me to recover those files myself? Or is this the kind of procedure that an expert is required for? .flp files if that has any effect

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iBoysoft author Vain Rowe

Vain Rowe

Answered on Thursday, January 12, 2023

Hello, since you mentioned that your SSD is on the verge of failing, I believe you should seek the assistance of a professional to recover the data from your nearly-dead SSD.

I don't recommend any DIY data recovery even if any software for you because your SSD is unlikely to be recognized by your PC. Therefore, it's impossible for professional data recovery software to scan your hard drive. Although the chance is slim here, you can still take your SSD to the local data recovery center for professional assistance. Good luck!

 

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