We are a Kingston Technology partner
Kingston Technology customers receive 10% off their data recovery
Our partnership with Kingston Technology allows Kroll Ontrack to offer the best and the most advanced data recovery solutions to businesses and individuals. It also means that your Kingston Technology warranty will be protected in the event that we need to recover data from your device.
We have specialist tools and experienced engineers to help recover data from any Kingston Technology device and any data loss scenario.
Recovery from any device
Kroll Ontrack engineers are able to recover data from any Kingston Technology device.
Don’t worry if your device isn’t listed; call us for more information about how we can help you.
|DataTraveller 2000||DataTraveller Vault Privacy 3.0 with Management||DataTraveller 4000 G2DM|
|DataTraveller Vault Privacy 3.0||IronKey S1000 – Basic & Enterprise||IronKey W700 – Basic & Enterprise|
|GroupShots||IronKey D300||IronKey D300 Managed|
|DataTraveler Workspace||SSDNow UV400 – 120BG|
We can recover you data
Thanks to our proprietary tools and more than 30 years of experience in the data recovery industry, we can recover data from Kingston Technologies systems using our professional cleanroom or our Remote Data Recovery Services (RDR).
The best data recovery solution depends on the exact data loss scenario. We use proprietary tools and techniques to assess failed storage devices and recover data, even if the device is physically damaged.
Give us a call or request a free evaluation to find out if we can help you.Call us: +44 (0)1372 741 999 Get a free consultation
Causes of SSD data loss
SSDs store data in flash memory chips. Data loss can occur due to physical damage to the flash chips and how data is logically stored on them. Some common failures include:
- Electronic component failure
- Controller chip failure
- Flash cell degradation from natural use
- Power surges or failures
- Damage to printed circuit boards
- Damage to connectors
- Data corruption after firmware updates
Additionally, SSD storage devices are not immune from traditional data loss events such as human error, computer viruses, natural disasters, and software/program corruption.