[nabs-l] Recovering accidently deleted files from a USB drive
jfranks at nfbtx.org
Wed Dec 20 15:13:24 UTC 2017
I attempted to open the Trash folder and it is requesting that I open
the folder with some outside device. I attempted to also look intot he
properties portion and there was no option to show hidden folders.
On 12/20/17, simon bonenfant via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> 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.
> Sent from my braille note touch.
> On Dec 20, 2017 4:08 AM, Jonathan Franks via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
>> 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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