[Adata SSD Data Recovery] How to Recover Data from Adata SSD

I have an Adata 256GB SSD that just died all of a sudden, PC would not see it in BIOS, and plugging it in externally to other PCs would not do anything, it wouldn't even show up in disk management. Now it shows up......Unfortunately, I could not find any files on it......Does anyone have any suggestions for software to recover data from a functioning SSD?

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Dany· Answered on Aug 23, 2023

Do not overwrite the data when you find files are missing. It is possible to recover lost files after emptying the Recycle Bin or accidental deletion. So if you just delete the file, you can find it in the Recycle Bin. But if there is nothing in it, download the hard drive recovery tool, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard, which is all the range in the data recovery field.

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Moreover, this tool has a salient feature to get recoverable data back from formatted drives or inaccessible storage devices, including internal/external hard drives, USB drives, SD cards, and memory cards. Follow the steps to recover data from Adata SSD:

Step 1. Install and launch the EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard, choose the Adata SSD from which you lost your data, and then click Scan.

Step 2. After reviewing the Deleted Files and Other Missing Files folders, use the Filter and Search options to locate lost Adata SSD data.

Step 3. To recover deleted Adata SSD data, choose the relevant data and press the "Recover" button.

After recovering data from the Adata SSD, you can repair the SSD on your computer. If your SSD is not showing up on your computer, you can update the hard driver:

Step 1. Press Windows + X, and click Device Manager.

Step 2. Expand Disk drives, find your hard drive, and right-click it. Choose Update Driver.

Step 3. Choose Search automatically for updated driver software.

Step 4. Wait for the update to finish and restart your computer.

If the Adata SSD is corrupted, you can format it:

Step 1. Press Windows + X, and click Disk Management.

Step 2. Right-click the hard drive and choose Format Volume.

Step 3. Set your Volume label, File system, and Allocation unit size.

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Use EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard to recover deleted or lost files easily and quickly.

Tutorials on how to recover lost, deleted, or formatted data from HDD, SSD, USB, SD card, or other storage media on Windows and Mac.

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