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Old 07-25-2020, 10:28 PM
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So after trying multiple recovery software Iíve gotten Disk Drill to extract my file without it getting corrupted. The only problem I have is that my recovered file is not showing up on the thumb drive where I thought I extracted it to. It vanishes and Iím at a loss how to find it.



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Check if the recovery software you used have a default location for recovered files.

Alternatively, search for the file.
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