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By far your best chance is to use Spinrite 6 from grc.com -- it is not free, but works superbly. I have used it multiple times to recover data and restore function in many drives. The program's creator, Steve Gibson does not mind if a licensed owner uses his copy to help someone else. There might (or might not) be someone around you with a copy. There is no guarantee the Spinrite can fix the drive, of course. If the drive's controller is dead, the drive is dead However, if the data is corrupted or the cable is bad, there is a good chance. And no, I do not receive any consideration from Gibson Research Corporation -- I just like their products.Hey someone handed me an SSD to check.
I installed in my desktop and nothing came up.
So... Is SSD drive data recovery possible?
(Drive is owned by a teacher.... might have lost data for courses.)
Whats the best advice?