Hi thank you for your response. Yeah, unfortunately I was a fool that I haven't had my important data backed up. I genuinely had no idea SSD could just die out suddenly without any notice or with issues. I had an HDD fail once, but that was such a slow process of slowly dying out that I had plenty of time to back up anything I had on it and just get a new one. This SSD worked normally, and boom suddenly I got blue screen and it was all gone. Couldn't boot up PC at all nor was it in BIOS anymore.
It hurts losing so much valuable data, and Coollector one was kind of important to me. 15+ years of constant use after watching every movie. I mean at least I also have all movies I watched rated on iMDB also, so hopefully there's at least option to turn my imdb grades into ratings automatically?
And yeah, as for automatic backup I'm pretty sure I never pressed thing like that.
Are you sure your disk is completely unreadable? Even if it doesn't boot, have you tried reading it as an external drive?
Yeah I think it is. Because it doesn't read it at all on BIOS. It's like it doesn't exist. And I brought it to local repair shop for diagnostics and guy there told me I won't be able to recover anything. I mean I can go for second opinion somewhere lol, this guy was in a hurry because I brought it at the end of the Friday shift last week, but still I think it's unrecoverable unfortunately.
Thanks for great answer btw, appreciate it. I will try in next few days or next weeks to try to recover something from SSD even though I think the chances are miniscule.