Accidentally deleting Data Recovery happens again and again and many users turn to free tools in such cases to be able to restore and rescue lost content. Among the best known of these are Recuva and many others, the market for free alternatives is almost inexhaustible.
Differences in recovering deleted data on SSD and conventional HDD :
Users should be aware that it is not irrelevant whether the content is on an SSD or on a conventional hard drive accidentally lost. Because the type of data storage and the respective technology behind it is fundamentally different. From a data security perspective, the chances of successful data recovery are definitely better with a conventional hard drive.
The biggest disadvantage of an SSD is the TRIM function, because it ensures that old data is deleted in one block and not only when a single file is written to the SSD. This block-by-block emptying of old references is implemented automatically under current Windows versions and cannot be influenced, and the intervals at which a TRIM function is executed cannot be controlled either.
Most users take the wrong approach when recovering data :
There are scenarios in which Linkedin data carriers have a large number of defective sectors , but their basic function is not (yet) impaired. In such a scenario, a failure of the data medium is to be expected at any time. This is why good paid programs include an “image” feature. This allows a sector-based copy of the storage medium.
Any recovery attempt then proceeds from this copy and no longer from the original. Freeware does not offer this function and very few users (and unfortunately also IT specialist dealers) do not use it, but save directly from the original, which then fails at any time during the scan in such a scenario and can no longer be “revived” afterwards.