Kingston 240GB SSDNOW 300 Data Recovery

The Kingston 240GB SSDNow 300 is a consumer-grade SSD known for its decent storage capacity, excellent read and write speeds, and the brand's reputation for reliability. While SSDs are generally more durable than traditional hard drives, they are not entirely impervious to data loss.

kingston 240gb ssdnow 300 data recovery

Common causes of data loss on SSDs include:

  1. Physical Damage: Impact, water exposure, or other physical damage can render the SSD inoperable and data inaccessible.

  2. Electronic Issues: Faulty controller boards or electronic components can lead to data loss.

  3. File System Corruption: Corruption in the file system can prevent access to data stored on the SSD.

  4. Bad Sectors: Just like traditional hard drives, SSDs can develop bad sectors, making it difficult to access data.

  5. Accidental Deletion: Human error, such as accidental deletion or formatting, can lead to data loss.

Zero Alpha's Expertise in Data Recovery

At Zero Alpha, we understand the frustration and stress that accompanies data loss on a Kingston 240GB SSDNow 300 or any storage device. Our team of data recovery experts is well-versed in handling data recovery from various SSDs, including Kingston's SSDNow series.

Here's why you can trust us with your data recovery needs:

Cutting-Edge Technology

Zero Alpha is equipped with state-of-the-art data recovery tools and technologies, allowing us to recover data from SSDs even in the most challenging situations. Our tools can handle electronic issues, file system corruption, and bad sectors, among other problems.

Experienced Professionals

Our team comprises experienced professionals who have a deep understanding of SSD technology. They know how to navigate the complexities of SSD data recovery, ensuring the highest chances of successful retrieval.

No Data Loss Guarantee

We prioritize the safety and security of your data throughout the recovery process. With our 'No Data Loss' guarantee, you can rest assured that your data is in safe hands. We take every precaution to prevent further damage to your SSD and your data.

Transparent and Affordable Pricing

We believe in transparency and providing cost-effective data recovery solutions. Our pricing is competitive, and we offer free evaluations to provide you with a clear understanding of the recovery process and costs involved.

Quick Turnaround

Time is of the essence when it comes to data recovery. Zero Alpha ensures a quick turnaround, so you can regain access to your important files and documents as soon as possible.

The Data Recovery Process

When you bring your Kingston 240GB SSDNow 300 to Zero Alpha for data recovery, our process typically includes:

  1. Evaluation: We start with a thorough evaluation of your SSD to assess the extent of data loss and the underlying issue.

  2. Recovery: Using our cutting-edge tools, we initiate the data recovery process, which includes repairing electronic components, addressing bad sectors, and recovering data from damaged file systems.

  3. Verification: We verify the integrity of the recovered data to ensure that it's complete and accessible.

  4. Delivery: Once the data recovery is successful, we deliver the retrieved data to you in the format of your choice, be it on a new storage device or a secure cloud platform.

SV300S37A/240G Data Recovery Case Log

The Kingston CL13826Z is a custom made ssd controller by sandforce. It will detect with a sandforce name if you short the boot rom mode jumper pins. To open this device it uses a security torx screwdriver. There are 4 screws hidden under the label.

kingston sv300s37a/240g data recovery CL13826Z sandforce 200026BB

Model : SandForce{200026BB}
Serial : 1
Firmware : 402ABBR0
Capacity : 0.0 MB (64)

kingston 240gb ssdnow 300 data recovery 2024447-001.f00g pcb

You get the regular looking terminal output (115200) from a typical sandforce cpu:

[ROM] PORRST
[ROM] Rev: 402  CID: 200026BB  BID: 625280
[ROM] Try BCH[1]: CP=33 EC=54 EP=485
[ROM] Try BCH[2]: CP=29 EC=48 EP=485
[ROM] Try BCH[3]: CP=36 EC=59 EP=485
[ROM] Try BCH[4]: CP=39 EC=64 EP=485
[ROM] Load CRP
[CRP] Switching to Sync...
[ROM] Load FWR
 
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Boot rom mode terminal output:

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[ROM] Rev: 402  CID: 200026BB  BID: 625280
[ROM] Force Download: waiting for Download Microcode Command...
[ROM] Waiting for Link to come up...
[ROM] Link is UP.