[nabs-l] Recovering accidently deleted files from a USB drive

simon bonenfant sbonenfant2 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 20 14:31:18 UTC 2017

Hey There, 
If you look in your flash drive's properties there might be a folder called trashes. Sometimes, if deleted from a flash drive there is a trashes folder that you would have to delete the files out of. But, on windows 10 you have to go to properties of the drive and in one of the tabs there should be an item that says show hiden folders. If you click that, there should be a trashes folder in the main route of the drive which should contain the deleted files if not emptied already. 
Hope this helps. 
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On Dec 20, 2017 4:08 AM, Jonathan Franks via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hey all, 
> I was attempting to move some  Files from my flash drive to my PC. A message came up saying  that there were two interrupted actions. As I try to escape out of that, I realize that all of the files that I was trying to move were lost. I tried using the control plus Z feature to undo  the action but it did not work. I have tried downloading three data recovery programs and none of them are  accessible. Does anyone have a solution to this, whether it is with or without a data recovery program? I am using Jaws  18 and windows 10. so I would appreciate if anyone knew of a accessible program to help me out. The Internet also said going to the USB drive in file explorer and clicking properties, then finding the recovery job, but when I do it there is no such tab. Your help is appreciated. 
> Jonathan  t from my iPhone 
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