In this guest post,Â Abhayjeet explains why Solid State Drive (SSD) will fail and how to recover data from failed SSD.
User’s tendency is to use the hard drive in a way that they don’t corrupted or malfunctioned and safeguard their data against various hazardous activities like virus attack, human mistakes etc. But in reality, solid state drives aren’t much more different than the normal hard drive and carries almost the same attributes.
Though, you can find out the major differences between solid state drive & normal hard drives as well as some interesting facts about SSD reliability and their benefits. Therefore, After digging more, I’ve come up with some strange results which might become the crucial factors in deciding about whether to buy SSD or not.
There are some other popular research as well done by andrew ku from tomshardware & Robbin harris from Zdnet, which clearly indicates that normal hard drives are equally reliable as compared to solid state drives (at least to some extent). Although, SSD don’t have any physical equipments like hard drives but it can and do fails.