SSD Became Unbootable, Is It Possible for Me to Recover Data

I left my PC to sleep for a bit, and when I came back to unlock it, it blue-screened. Then I tried connecting the SSD with SATA cables to a friend's PC; I can access my SSD. However, it's only partial. It only shows stuff in C:/users/Public.

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Brithny· Answered on Jan 16, 2024

Don't Worry! It's possible for you to recover data after your SSD became unbootable. And before recovering lost data from an SSD, it is also helpful to know the main reasons for data loss. Check out the main data loss scenarios on an SSD:

  • Virus attacks or infection
  • Partition loss on SSD
  • System failure
  • SSD drive damage

To recover data on an unbootable SSD, you can connect your problematic SSD to a workable computer with cables and then install the professional and trusted SSD recovery software EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard.

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Follow the steps below to perform the SSD data recovery on your computer:

Step 1. Open the EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard on your PC, connect the unbootable SSD to your PC, and choose the unbootable SSD from the software window.

Step 2. Click 'Scan' to view all the recoverable data on the unbootable SSD, including the lost, deleted, and existing data on it. Use the filter feature of the software to locate the data you want.

Step 3. Click 'Preview' to view the content of the data if necessary, select the SSD data you want, and click 'Recover' to get it back. Or you can click 'Recover All' to recover the unbootable SSD.

Remember to save the recovered data on other hard drives rather than the unbootable SSD to avoid losing it again. In addition, to avoid data loss in the future, keep a frequent backup of your essential data. With a backup, you can easily recover deleted files from the SSD.

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

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