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What’s new at RMFD for July

Here’s the quick Run Down: New customer management system Completed migration from UPS to USPS Testing a “We’ll ship you the packaging material” program. For the last month we’ve been busy designing a implementing a new customer management system to…

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MMAGF02GWMCU-PA Data Recovery

Another first for Recover My Flash Drive, we reverse engineered the pin-out for the monolithic SD card MMAGF02GWMCU-PA used by PNY in their Optima SD series of SD cards. This card seems like a OEM Samsung product so its possible…

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Inside a NAND Chip

Ever wanted to know what’s inside a flash memory chip? Nothing magical, just regular silicon die but it’s still fun to look at. As far as I know we're the only data recovery company in the North America outside of…

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STEC 24850-00211-XC1U Data Recovery

We have successfully reverse engineered the STEC 24850-00211-XC1U controller used in many OEM solid state drives. These controllers are commonly found in mini-PCIe solid state drives sold by Dell for use in Dell Mini Laptops (DP/N: 0X422G & 0D154H) When…

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High Failure Rates in 8GB+ Flash Media

In the last few months we’ve seen an increase in 8GByte NAND memory chips with an abnormally high amount of bit errors. These memory chips are primarily manufactured by Micron and Intel with the model numbers (Micron) 29F64G08CFAAA and (Intel)…

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Recovering a Partialy Damaged Flash Drive

As one of the leading NAND data recovery shops in the USA we see many different types of drive failure. In most cases the drive is completely inaccessible however occasionally we’ll run into a drives that are still partially functional.…

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Solid State Drives – Testing Reliability

Demand for Solid State Drives (SSD) has grown in 2009 thanks to inexpensive controllers, and low cost high density MLC NAND memory chips. As one of the few data recovery shops specializing in NAND data recovery we’re often asked for…

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5 Things You Should Know About Flash Drives

Many devices such as USB flash drives, Solid State Drives (SSD), and memory cards (CF, SD, etc) use NAND memory to store data. NAND memory is inexpensive however it does have its faults. These are some interesting things i've learned…

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