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How to Recover Deleted Files on SSD?

Updated on Mar 22, 2018 by Tracy King to File Recovery

Summary

Did you accidentally or permanently delete important files on SSD on your PC? Relax! Effective SSD file recovery software from EaseUS will effectively help you get all lost or deleted SSD files back right now. Follow to see how to recover deleted SSD files from recycle bin with simple clicks now.

Are you having troubles with undeleting files on SSD drive on your computer? Don't know how to effectively restore deleted files from SSD drive?

Recover deleted files on SSD.

Relax! Here below, you'll find two effective methods to recover and undelete SSD deleted files with ease:

  1. Method 1. 3 steps to recover deleted files from SSD with SSD file recovery software;
  2. Method 2. Undelete deleted SSD files from Recycle Bin.

Note: Stop using SSD drive immediately once you lose data or deleted files on it. 
Then you need to find reliable solutions and methods to recover deleted files from SSD drive.

Tip: Remove/Disable SSD Trim before undeleting SSD file

In order to fully restore all deleted, permanently deleted files or lost files on SSD, do remember to first remove and disable Trim on SSD card in advance if you've turned it on.

1. Open Command Prompt by clicking the search box and type: CMD and hit Enter;
2. Select run as Administrator and type: fsutilbehavior query disabledeletenotify and hit Enter;
3. Type: fsutil behavior set disabledeletenotify 1 and hit Enter.

Method 1. Recover deleted files from SSD with SSD file recovery software

Professional SSD file recovery software supports you to recover deleted or permanently deleted files, formatted or virus attacked data from SSD drive with ease. You can even restore files from dead or failed SSD drive when it fails to respond or work on your PC. 

Just free download EaseUS SSD file recovery software and undelete SSD files within 3 simple steps now:

Step 1. Run EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard and select location where you permanently deleted SSD files, click Scan;

Restore SSD files.

Step 2.EaseUS SSD deleted file recovery will Quick Scan and Deep Scan to find all lost SSD files for you;

Recover deleted SSD files by simple clicks.

Step 3.Preview and restore lost SSD files;
You can preview and select found data, click Recover to save found data into a safe spot in PC or external storage device.

Undelete lost SSD files with EaseUS SSD file recovery software.

If your lost files are less than 2GB, you can also let EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition help. It works the same as the pro version with the above file recovery steps. 
If you are a Mac user, happen to lost or deleted files on SSD in Mac computer, you can download a Mac version of EaseUS SSD file recovery software for help!

Method 2. Undelete deleted/lost SSD files from Recycle Bin

If you accidentally moved or deleted SSD files into Recycle Bin, things are quite easy and simple. You can directly recover and undelete lost SSD files from Recycle Bin with ease:

  • Step 1. Open Recycle Bin and find deleted SSD files;
  • Step 2. Select and right-click deleted SSD files, click Restore;
  • Step 3. Find recovered SSD files at the original location.

After this, you shall be able to find deleted files on SSD drive at the original location then. If you don't find wanted files, let EaseUS SSD file recovery software help with steps in Method 1.

How to protect SSD files and data from being deleted by mistake?

Knowing how to protect SSD files and data will be very helpful for you to avoid unnecessary file deleted or lost trouble on SSD drive. Here we'd love to offer you some useful tips to protect SSD files and data from being deleted by mistake:

1. Create SSD data and files backups into external storage device;
2. Clean up unknown virus or malware regularly on SSD with anti-virus software;
3. Take operations on SSD drives with data and files carefully;
4. Use SSD file recovery software - EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for help when you happen to delete or lost files on SSD drive.