Solid State Drive Recovery From all Types of Failures

50% Logical Failure

Your SSD arranges data according to highly-organized frameworks. When read-write errors disrupt these schemes and partition records, the logical failures that result might prevent your computer from starting up or being able to recognize the corrupted device. In some cases, you’ll even experience crippling lag.

40% Mechanical Failure

Hard drives contain an army of components. The failure of any single part due to shock, control problems or other damage could compromise the entire device. In most cases, mechanical failures require complete drive disassembly and data transfer in certified clean-room environments.

30% Electronic Failure

Moisture, static electricity, mechanical damage, environmental exposure and other hazards can all damage the delicate circuits your SSDs rely on. Electronic failures vary, so they’re not always obvious, and many cause erratic behaviors that only experts can overcome.

5% Deleted Failure

Your data may have been erased due to an operator oversight, or your software may have made the mistake. While not as common as other failure modes, deletion requires just as much forensic skill to recover data.



  • You never pay until you confirm the recovered data
  • Evaluation is always 100 percent free
  • You don't pay for failed recovery attempts
  • We're trusted by leading hardware manufacturers


  • ISO 9001 Quality Management
  • ISO 5 Class 100 Cleanroom
  • SOC Type ll Secure SSD Recovery
  • IACRB Data Recovery Technicians

ISO 9001 & SOC 2 Secure SSD Recovery

We don't just expect you to trust that we provide unparalleled secure SSD data recovery. We actually prove our worth by adhering to SOC type II security protocols. To keep ourselves honest, we vet all of our processes using ISO 9001 certified governance frameworks. TTR Data Recovery is always working to improve so that the data you entrust us with remains secure until it's safely back in your hands.

Looking for Emergency SSD Data Recovery?

Solid state drives are known for speed. We thought it only appropriate to stick to that trend by making our SSD data recovery as fast and accurate as humanly possible. Get in touch to discover how receiving diagnostic reports within hours and same-day SSD data recovery can improve the way you bounce back from disasters.

  • Same Day Diagnostic & Recovery
  • Weekend & Holiday Recovery
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  • No Attempt Fees
  • Non-Stop Data Recovery Process
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Terabytes Recovered


SSD Recovered

Desktop SSD Recovery

Our certified clean room diagnostics and treatment regimen is the best way to recover your data.

Laptop SSD Recovery

We overcome the physical shock and exposure issues that commonly make laptop drives inaccessible.

Solid State Drive

Our battle-tested expertise gives us the knowledge to bring SSDs back to life and recover the data they hold.

External SSD Recovery

We limit risks and restore data efficiently by leveraging our intimate understanding of proprietary hardware.

Solid State Drive Manufacturers

TTR Data Recovery supports and partners with all hard drive brands

Operating Systems Supported

Operating systems pose no barriers for TTR Data Recovery technicians.
Our firsthand experience means we handle each case as effectively as possible.


Our Apple Certified Mac Technicians (ACMTs) know how to traverse Mac OS filesystems and retrieve your data along the way. Could yours be next?


Bleeding-edge technology lets us recover vital data for Microsoft Windows users no matter which operating system versions they favor.


Our Linux support covers all distros, enabling us to beat logical errors, corruption, and other problems that keep you from your data.

How SSDs Work

Solid state drives, or SSDs, function by using transistors and other solid-state electronics to store and retrieve data. Most employ special floating-gate field effect transistors, or FETs, which change their conductivity in response to external voltages. Unlike the majority of FETs, however, these devices feature electrically isolated, or floating, gate sections. Any charge that builds up on the gate has nowhere to go and thus retains its state for some time.

Groups of FETs, or cells, are wired to act like NAND logic gates. Groups only output 0 if all of their inputs are 1s, and each individual cell stores a charge or lack thereof to represent a single 0 or 1.These transistors include source lines and bit lines that connect each cell to control reading and writing and arrange the individual bits into grids. Additional transistors are employed to control addressing, or which bit is being accessed at a given moment.

Each grid, or block, is further divided into rows of bits known as words, whose sizes typically max out at around 16K. With typical block sizes of up to 256 pages, common page sizes can reach around 4MB.

What Are The Parts in a Hard Drive?

  • 1. Memory that consists of blocks of NAND flash gates that actually hold the data as electrical charges, and
  • 2. Controllers made up of complex electronic circuits that perform read, write, erasure and cleanup operations.

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