• Tips
  • Don't rewrite any information to your storage devices.
  • Don't do a disk check.
  • Don't format the hard drive partition again.
  • Don't recover data to your source hard drives directly.
  • Don't repartition.
  • Don't store new data into the partition that you are going to recover.
  • Don't do re-array when the disk array lost.
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How to recover files from Win 10 doesn't recognize SSD

1. Select the "Recover Partition " or "Unformat" or "Full scan" button and select the hard drive, then click the "NEXT" button.

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2. find the lost partitions:After you select the "Recover partition" Mode

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3. Select the partitions of the hard drive, then click the "NEXT" button.

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4. scan the partitions.

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5. Search file.

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6. Select want recover files.

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7. click the file to preview.

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8. select save recovery file disk

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9. recover successful

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  • Disk Management utility by right clicking on "This PC" , select "Manage" and then click "Disk Management" in "Storage" menu in Windows 10. 2. Here you can see all SSD partitions. Then select the partition which doesn't have a drive letter, and then right click it to select "Change Drive Letter and Paths".Windows 10 not detecting SSD Installed OS on new SSD but old HDD not recognized SSD no longer detected in both BIOS and Windows 10 - Windows 10 Not detecting my ssd -ssd not showing up windows 10 ssd not showing up windows 7 new ssd not showing up in disk management ssd not showing up in device manager ssd unallocated initialize ssd windows 10 computer doesn't recognize ssd ssd unallocated windows 10