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  1. Thanks for the additional Info Augeas. I managed to find another set of these photos so i'm out of trouble for now. While I was hunting info on the problem I came on something similar to yours about TRIM and thought I'd post here in case anybody wants to try turning off TRIM and having a go to see if it helps them. ===================== Disable SSD Trim Before Undeleting SSD If you have opened the "Trim" function for the SSD, the possibility to recover lost files from SSD might be minor. Therefore, to recover deleted files from SSD, remember to disable Trim on SSD card i
  2. Thank you Augeas. Drive is, indeed, SSD and I was coming to suspect there was something different about them that messes things up when recovering. OS is Win10 so file system is NTFS but that doesn't seem to have helped at all. As almost all hardware is now being shipped with SSD instead of HDD is the company working on a solution to recovery from SSD? Note to self "don't shift delete on an SSD!" :)
  3. Hi. I accidentally shift-deleted a folder, stopped, downloaded Recuva free version on a different PC and ran it from a flashdrive on the problem one. Recuva immediately found the directory, sub-directories and filled the page with blank thumbnails that had the right names and sizes. On running the "recover" part, I get a bunch of files that can't be opened with the subject error message although they all appear to be correctly titled and the right sizes. If I ask GIMP to open some of the JPG then I get some variant of "Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x84 0xe6" suggesting tha
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