Richland PC has knowledge in all areas of the broad topic data recovery. Accidental file deletion, viruses that delete files, and general hard drive failure are the most common examples of data recovery needs. Sometimes files are moved, or shortcuts and links are erased, but the data is still available. If you think data has been erased it is recommended to hold down the power button until the computer powers off and leave the computer off until Richland PC is able to recover your files. Proper shut downs and any other actions can cause the data to be overwritten and never be recoverable. Data is not guaranteed to be recovered if the computer has been used after deletion or if the hard drive has bad sectors.
Hard drives that go bad or that have been physically damaged still have a chance of data recovery. Richland PC has techniques available that may work on these types of situations, but we may have to refer to a data recovery specialist company if there are internal hardware problems requiring the drive to be opened. There are very few reputable companies that offer clean room service for these types of situations.