Restore Data from Flash Hard Drive

SSD – Solid State Drive is the only flash-based storage device used in computers to store data. Flash technology used in SSD offers more efficient way of storing and fetching data with high speed. Compared to normal hard disk drives flash hard drive gives better performance and is capable of storing data in ranges of 120-128GB, 240-256GB and 480-512GB capacities. By keeping these factors in mind, most of Mac users switched from traditional hard drive to SSD. However, using flash storage technology based hard drive in Mac, increased many complications that led to data loss.

    Frequently encountered data loss scenarios from flash hard drive on Mac are:

  • Technical complexity of flash storage drive is likely to induce loss of data as it can severely corrupt flash hard drive
  • Power outage or sudden system termination due to human errors can damage flash hard drive on Mac machine causing loss of valuable data stored in it
  • If any malware infects flash hard drive on Mac computer then chances of losing vital data from SSD is high as harmful viruses can make flash HD inaccessible
  • Corruption of boot sector program error incorrect OS update or improper OS reinstallation can all result in susceptible data loss from Mac flash hard drive
  • Deletion of wrong files volume corruption Mac hard drive file system corruption are other possible ways of losing data from flash hard drive on Mac

User data from flash hard drive seems to be irrecoverable in the above mentioned scenarios. But it is not true as lost or inaccessible data from flash hard drive is retrievable by employing right methods. One such method is to stop using victim SSD or flash hard drive on Mac anymore and immediately making use of pertinent data recovery tool designed for restoring data from flash hard drive.

Flash hard drive recovery software:

According to professionals, Yodot Mac Data Recovery does trouble-free recovery of data from flash hard drive on Mac machines. This program assists in recovering data like MS Office files, program files, folders, movies, pictures, games, compressed files and so on with varied file formats with ease. Its well-built read-only recovery modules perform safe and damage-free restoration of data from SSD used on Mac machines like MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Pro and iMac. This tool is capable of rescuing data from OCZ Vertex3 240GB SSD, Corsair neutron Series GTX SSD, Canvio AeroMobile Wireless SSD, Kingston 240GB HyperX 3K SSD, Plextor M5P SSD and many more flash hard drive models. Along with SSD, this tool can even retrieve files from Mac hard drive, external hard disk drive, USB pen drive, FireWire Drive and other storage devices excellently. One can implement this flash hard drive recovery program to recover lost or deleted files and folders from various storage drives on Mac OS Leopard, OS X Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion and Mavericks OS based computers.

Steps involved in recovery of data from flash hard drive on Macintosh system:

  • Download Yodot Mac Data Recovery software on a healthy Macintosh machine and install it
  • Connect your flash hard drive (SSD) that underwent data loss to this Mac system as secondary drive
  • Then run the utility and wait till main screen displays with two major options
  • Click on “Volume Recovery” option to retrieve volume data that was deleted, lost or inaccessible from SSD in numerous scenarios
  • Else click on “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” option if data from flash hard drive was erased after formatting or reformatting process
  • Next from the list of drives shown on screen choose victim flash hard drive from which data has to be restored
  • Further select file types that are to be recovered from flash hard drive if not necessary then skip this step
  • Proceed with scanning process which takes fraction of minutes to scan selected SSD
  • When scanning process finishes view all retrieved data in two distinct view types called ‘Data View’ and ‘File Type View’
  • After viewing details of selected files in Finder styled interface save necessary data to new destination location on host Mac computer hard drive

Please Note:

  • Do not save restored data on to same SSD from which data was extracted as it may causes data overwriting
  • Backup all essential files from flash hard drive on Mac hard drive or external storage media to avoid unforeseen data loss

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