SSD, short for the solid-state drive, is a data storage device using solid-state memory to save persistent data. It provides superior performance, uses less power, runs silently, shortens access time and is much more resistant against shock than common hard disk drives, and solves the issue of physical constraints by replacing hard disks with high speed circuitry. Rather than rotating disk, a solid state disk uses memory chips to read and write data. Saved a lot of precious videos, music, photos, documents and office files on the SSD? Be careful unexpected errors occurred to get them lost.
If unfortunately that you have already get your precious data lost from the SSD and ferret about how to get them back, you are in the right place. Recovering data from accidentally deleted, formatted, or virus infected SSDs is no brainier at our website. Whenever data loss happens, you must stop using your solid-state drive and turn to find a professional data recovery program to help you recover lost data from SSD disk/card. Here the article is written for Mac users, telling them how to get back lost files from SSD on Mac OS X.
Mac Data Recovery, an easy-to-use but powerful SSD files recovery for Mac users. It props up recovery of emails, documents, videos, photos and more deleted, formatted or lost because of some other reasons from the SSD drive, USB drive, memory card, mobile phones, digital camera, PSP and so on. Windows users can refer to Data Recovery Pro (for Windows 8/7) to perform the SSD data recovery process on Windows PC. Click the below button to get it downloaded and installed on your computer. Then, read on to get the detailed user guide.
Step 1: Install and run the SSD Data Recovery for Ma. Pick the "Deleted File Recovery" on the main screen. Then select your SSD drive and click "Scan" button to start scanning.
Step 2: Preview the scanning results to check the quality of the files. You can also use the "Filter Options" to search the files that you remember.
Once the SSD Data Recovery for Mac completes scanning process on your SSD card, it will present a tree of found files, Your files will automatically be saved in the destination folder.
Step 3: Check those you want to recover from SSD disk and click to "Recover". This process will also take a lot of time, but it's worth waiting.
That's it. Your lost SSD data has been recovered. For safety consideration, you'd better save the recovered files on other disk instead of the SSD disk, to ensure that you can keep to recover the left data you haven't find back yet.