SSD data loss is not a reason panic — you can easily recover data from your SSD disk with Disk Drill (as long as you do not have TRIM enabled).
All you need to know is that if you can mount your disk to your Mac it means that your data can be recovered by Disk Drill on this media. Even on SSD disk formatting you still can get your files back.
So let’s get down to the steps of SSD data recovery on Mac OS with Disk Drill:
- Download Disk Drill and launch the App
- Find your SSD drive in the splash screen that appears
- …and select the scanning method
Quick Scan is a fast and easy way to recover your recently deleted files. In case the files you need are not available for preview in Quick Scan results, try your luck with Deep Scan. Deep Scan is more powerful option and there is a higher chance that you will find a complete list of the lost files Disk Drill was able to detect.
- Navigate through the list and use Preview tool to get a sneak peek on the files you need. Click Recover and you are done!
Don’t forget to activate a unique file protection system from Cleverfiles – Recovery Vault.
Keep you files safe with Disk Drill in the future!
PS: It’s an article about Disk Drill 1.x, it will be updated soon to reflect the changes in Disk Drill 2.