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Old 22-10-08, 11:10 AM
Bubba Bubba is offline
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Since there's no residual magnetic information to be had from the chips, I don't know. I think it's harder to salvage data from chips than from magnetic storage. But I expect you would have to pay a company top dollar if you want to extract data from a damaged ssd if it is indeed possible..

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Old 22-10-08, 11:30 AM
Toxcity Toxcity is offline
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Thats a good point as the data will always be there on a mechanical drive but on a SSD the data is stored on a chip which when it dies.. it is truely dead.
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