This Story Brought To You By

Irvine, CA-based data recovery specialist Hard Drive Recovery Group (HDRG) is pleased to announce that their team is now able to recover data from a broken or corrupted Playstation 5. This new generation sports a brand new type of drive that had previously gone unused in the console space, but HDRG reassures their community of gamers that this will not stop the company from being able to offer their assistance.

Now that the console has finally been released to the public, eager players around the world are looking forward to testing out their new system’s capabilities once it arrives. In a blog post released earlier this year, the company explored the myriad innovations that Sony is bringing to this new generation of consoles, and they encourage their community to look this post up once more for a glimpse at what is in store.

“Everything from March up to now in the world of news is about COVID,” observes HDRG in this article. “Yes, even in our world of technology and how-tos, everything is still connected to this virus that has dramatically changed our lives. It is for sure that people have already been suffering from COVID-19 news fatigue that we long for any news item that does not involve getting sick, viruses, hospital, hand washing and face masks.” Fortunately for everyone immersed in the world of gaming, this year’s holiday season is bringing with it a host of new games to accompany the release of the new console generation.

One of the widely-discussed new features of the PS5 is its adoption of the solid-state drive (SSD), which computer owners have long known offers incredible responsiveness and data transfer capabilities when compared with their older sibling, the hard disk drive. PS5 is now available in two main configurations: the PS5 and the PS5 Digital Edition. The former comes with an included disk drive for reading physical media, but both systems utilize a highly customized SSD for internal storage (which games will be installed on).

The PS5 SSD is also notable for offering speeds that easily compete with the fastest SSDs commercially available on the PC market, potentially opening the gates for much more complex worlds to be rendered in future PS5 titles. Today, this speed is already evident in the PS5’s launch titles (which have been shown to load in mere seconds, compared to the minutes players experienced in the last generation) and has even shown improvement in older titles that were originally released for the PS4.

Playstation owners will also enjoy the ability to hook up external hard drives to their console if they wish to augment its storage capacity (though the mileage here will vary based on how powerful they are). As of now, games can only be played off the primary, built-in SSD but this still means players do not have to worry about their photos, game recordings and other media taking up too much space.

Just as with previous generations, this means that Playstation owners can use the console to store a large variety of files in addition to their games. While Sony’s push for enabling game streaming and sharing has made it easier than ever to store highlights from a user’s favourite games as well as share these moments with their friends, they are also able to store media from other sources on their PS5 as well.

HDRG states that it is not unheard of for players to keep their family photos, vacation clips and more personal files on their console, ready for viewing at a moment’s notice. This may be due to the fact that the console is always hooked up to the television, and it is easier to show media on a big screen through a console that is already connected than having to go through the relatively bigger hassle of connecting a phone or computer in order to enjoy the larger screen. On the other hand, some PS5 owners may simply want to use it for backup storage.

Whatever the case may be, the PS5 drive can still be damaged or suffer a malfunction that makes it all but impossible for the average user to access their data. Should this be the case, HDRG encourages their community to reach out to their representatives for professional data recovery services. Whether a PS5 owner wants to retrieve their game clips or more personal files, the company can ensure that all is not lost.

The full blog post offers insight on the rest of the PS5’s features as well, including its revolutionary DualSense controller and more. It can be read in full on HDRG’s website. Customers may also contact Maureen Davies of Hard Drive Recovery Group for more information regarding their services.

###

For more information about Hard Drive Recovery Group, contact the company here:

Hard Drive Recovery Group
Maureen Davies
1-866-341-4374
mgr@harddriverecovery.org
12 Mauchly, Building C,
Irvine, CA
92618

FacebookTwitterGoogleDiggRedditLinkedIn

Read More Stories