A typical SSD (Solid State Dive) is essentially ganged NAND memory IC’s on a larger PCB. The same data recovery techniques used for smaller USB flash drives are also used for ssd data recovery. If an SSD type drive printed circuit board can not be repaired, each individual NAND memory IC needs to be removed and read individually to obtain raw data dumps. At this point, reverse engineering is performed to manipulate the data as the original controller did. It is critical that all the memory dumps are performed in order based on how they are arranged on the ssd printed circuit board. More information about this process can be found here. SSD data recovery pricing is dependent on the total capacity of the SSD and the type of the controller used. Many controllers used in present day flash drives employ encryption on the device. This adds an additional problem to the current data recovery task when dealing with encrypted data.