Can the data be recovered if the solid state drive is damaged?


The solid state drive is a fully electronic structure, using integrated circuit storage technology, does not rely on moving parts or rotating disks to store and read data, and the drive data is stored in the NAND flash pool. In addition to the storage unit, there is also a control unit (Flash chip), which constitutes the entire solid state drive. The biggest advantage of the solid state drive is to increase the speed of reading and writing. Installing the system and common software into the solid state drive will greatly improve the experience of your entire computer.

Once a solid state drive is damaged, it is more difficult to restore data. Therefore, when we use the solid state drive in our daily use, we need to pay attention to some signs before the solid state drive is damaged, so as to back up the data in time to prevent the loss of important data.

Symptoms before the SSD is damaged:
1: Bad blocks appear. The common symptoms of "bad blocks" include the inability to correctly read or write files from the solid state disk; the system prompts that the file system needs to be repaired and active use often freezes or crashes, especially when accessing large files, and the running speed is slow.

2: The file system needs to be repaired. A blue screen appeared on the computer with a large Recovery wordmark on it. Just use the built-in file system repair tool.

3: Frequent crashes during startup. When booting, the system will often crash during the boot process. It is recommended to reformat and reinstall the system after backing up the data.

4: The disk becomes read-only. If you did not modify any manual setting of the disk to read-only mode, then the solid state drive has been broken. The suggestion is to back up the data in time and replace the hard disk.

Once the above conditions are discovered, they must be dealt with in time. Data is priceless, so be sure to develop the habit of backing up data regularly.