SSDs are playing essential role in electronic world for storing purpose. Sometimes sudden situations arise and make your SSD inaccessible. Let’s see one of such traced situation which regularly making users to feel worried about:
“Yesterday when I connected my SSD to MacBook pro, it was not showing up. I tried connecting it multiple times but of no use. I don’t know the problem behind it. All I want is to bring back my data from it. Can someone suggest me a reliable method to do it? Thanks in advance.”
Other reasons which make SSD unrecognized:
- When SSD drive is corrupt
- Journal corruption
- Threats present in SSD drive
This kind of situation arises when the drive is inaccessible. Do follow the below points when you affect with situation like above:
- Try connecting SSD to another system
- Check whether the wire which you are using to connect it to Mac is working or not
- Check if there is any driver issues
Don’t panic because you have many options to overcome by this situation. This page will suggest you a preeminent option among them.
Easy way to rescue SSD data
Use Yodot Mac Data Recovery software when your SSD not showing up on MacBook pro. It uses advanced built-in algorithms for easy scan of Mac volume. It not only supports restoring data from SSDs but also from other storage devices like hard drives, memory cards, USB flash drives, external hard drives, etc. It supports retrieving data from drives that supports HFSX, HFS+ and FAT file systems. Along with MacBook pro, it also supports MacBook Air, Mac mini, Mac pro, etc. To run this application you require any version of Windows operating system (Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks and Yosemite).
Follow below process to execute the program
Connect SSD to Mac system -> Follow this link to download Yodot Mac Data Recovery software on your Mac -> Install it by using on screen guidelines -> From main screen ‘Volume Recovery’ and ‘Formatted/ Reformatted Recovery’ -> Select ‘Volume Recovery’ tab from it -> The tool will scan list of volumes available on the system -> Pick the SSD drive from it -> Allow the software to scan and restore data -> Once it is done, you can preview media files if there is any -> Browse the data to your desired destination folder.