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SSD Data Recovery

DriveSavers Data Recovery Services

Lost Data on Your Solid-State Drive? We Can Save It!

Since 1985, DriveSavers has recovered over 500,000 hard drives and other storage media that have crashed, mechanically failed, been physically damaged, and worse.

We have earned our reputation as the most advanced and progressive data recovery company in the industry.

Mention the discount code DS98029 and receive a special discount and other benefits
Mention the discount code DS98029 and receive a special discount and other benefits
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SSD Encryption

In the world of solid-state data recovery, encryption often stands as a double-edged sword. While many SSDs come encrypted as a standard feature — a reliable method to safeguard your data — it can also pose challenges when you’re trying to recover that same data.

However, encryption isn’t a stumbling block for our team. Our specialists, trained meticulously in top encryption software, possess the expertise you need, especially when dealing with file and hardware-level encrypted data. So, if you need assistance with SSD recovery data from an encrypted drive, call DriveSavers.

Hundreds of Thousands of Customers Trust DriveSavers

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Companies Worldwide Trust DriveSavers

DriveSavers supports over 20,000 business partners worldwide. Your business could be one of them! Some of our satisfied customers include companies such as Coca Cola, Facebook, Google, AT&T, Sony, NASA, and many others. Learn more.

Referred by All Storage Device Manufacturers

All leading manufacturers authorize DriveSavers to open sealed storage device mechanisms without voiding the original warranty. Our data recovery allows you to receive an in-warranty device replacement from the manufacturer. Learn more.

Call DriveSavers Day or Night to Get a Risk-free Estimate

We will email a free overnight shipping label and then call with the results of the evaluation and the cost to recover the data. If the data is unrecoverable or you choose to decline the recovery, your cost is zero dollars.

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