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EaseUS Supports SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD Users with Free Data Recovery Service

By ET Bureau - June 02, 2023 2 Mins Read

EaseUS Supports SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD Users with Free Data Recovery Service

EaseUS, a leading provider of data recovery solutions, is extending its support to users affected by data loss incidents related to SanDisk Extreme and Extreme Pro portable SSDs. In response to the reports of abrupt failures and data loss, EaseUS has compiled user feedback from community posts and is offering valuable information and assistance from data security and management perspectives.

Recent discussions and reports have highlighted the challenges faced by SanDisk Extreme SSD users, with concerns raised about slow file access, file reading delays, and difficulties in deleting files. EaseUS acknowledges the impact of these issues on users and has taken proactive steps to address the situation.

The company has carefully analyzed user feedback and collaborated with data recovery experts to identify possible reasons behind these failures. They have provided helpful tips to avoid further damage to the disk and increase the chances of successful data recovery. While waiting for the official firmware release from SanDisk, EaseUS aims to provide users with practical guidance to protect their data and enhance their data recovery success rates.

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For Windows users, common failures reported include sudden data wipes, the SSD not being visible, the disk becoming raw in Disk Management, and error messages indicating the disk is not accessible or requires formatting. Cedric Grantham – EaseUS data recovery expert believes that these issues may be caused by file system damage or compatibility problems between Exfat and SSDs. However, EaseUS reassures users that data recovery software can often rescue lost data in such cases, without the need for expensive on-site recovery services.

Mac users have primarily reported difficulties in mounting the SSD. EaseUS suggests that this issue may be attributed to unstable power supply, I/O performance, or reading and writing capability. While waiting for the firmware release, Mac users can leverage data recovery software to retrieve their data.

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