THANK YOU, THANK YOU! I did as you suggested and was able to retrieve all
pictures! I will definitely let my friends know about Shadow Explorer--not
only did it find the pictures, but they were in the folders I had created for
them! I have another question, and if this is not the appropriate area,
please let me know. In several of the folders are various extensions; ie.,
..mxc2; mvstcdxx.1st; mxfilerelatedcache.mxc2, etc. My question is: Do any
of those "link" my picture folder to something like Picture Motion Browser
(with my Sony cameras)? If so, can I safely delete those extensions in
whatever folder they are in?
I apologize for adding another query, but if you can help, I would
appreciate it. Again...thanks for getting my pictures back for me!!
> Hi Katy,
> If you have any recent restore points, you could check the contents of
> the shadow copies with the free Shadow Explorer.
> 'ShadowExplorer.com - Downloads'
> 'ShadowExplorer.com - Manual'
> With luck , you will find your pictures and be able to export them to a
> suitable location.
> Hope it helps
> Katy;1023685 Wrote:
> > While on the Internet I noticed that at the bottom of my "Favorites"
> > column
> > was a "Picture Folder." I looked at it and then got out of the
> > Internet and
> > checked to see if my Picture folder was still there. It was, so I
> > deleted
> > the folder off my Favorites. Needless to say, the folder apparently
> > completed disappeared!! Needless to say, I am heartsick, and hope that
> > there
> > is a way they can be retrieved. I am using Vista Home Premium and
> > Service
> > Pack 1. Any and all help is more than appreciated! Not only were
> > there
> > pictures from a recent vacation, but numerous other ones as well.
> > Thank you
> > in advance for any help you can give me.