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Is There Any Open-Source SSD/HDD Data Recovery Software?

Can anyone recommend me any open-source data recovery software for SSD or HDD recovery? Thanks a lot.

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iBoysoft author Vain Rowe

Vain Rowe

Answered on Monday, February 19, 2024

When it comes to the best data recovery software, I can only recommend iBoysoft Data Recovery Software. Once I accidentally lost hundreds of photos on my SSD. I was very worried but this software recovered all of them without a hitch. Hence, I strongly advise you to utilize this software if you suffer data loss.

iBoysoft Data Recovery Software is an amazing data recovery toolset with advanced disk scan and recovery technology. You can employ it to recover pictures, videos, audio, music, PDFs, PPTs, Word documents, Excel files, and so on. It is able to recover files and data from inaccessible, unreadable, formatted, or corrupted SD cards, SSDs, HDDs, USB flash drives, and other external hard drives. 

With an intuitive and user-friendly interface, you will never get puzzled about how to recover data from your SSD with iBoysoft Data Recovery Software even though you are a new PC user:

Step 1: Free download iBoysoft Data Recovery and install it on your computer with a few clicks.

Step 2: Choose a recovery module according to your data loss situation.

Step 3: Select your target drive and click "Next" to scan for lost data on this drive.

Step 4: Double-click to preview the scanning results, choose the recoverable files you need to recover, and click "Recover" to get them back.

Very important! Always save the recovered data to a different device, never save the data in the device you are performing the data recovery.

I bet you will love this software and come back saying thanks!

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