How do I use Disk Investigator SAV files?

I am trying to recover a wordpad file from a Vista Home Basic machine.

The file was deleted then deleted from recycle bin.

I have tried all the tools on UBCD4WIN and the only one that sees anything of the file I need is Disk Investigator (v 1.4). It finds about 80 clusters (the file I believe was about 35-50kb). I add all these clusters to memory and then save the files to (external) disk and it is a SAV file. How do I convert this to rtf format? Is it possible? Am I missing something in Disk Investigator?

TIA for any suggestions.  
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this is just raw block info.  It is neither a file or a group of files.  It is the physical representation of the data on the HDD.   The value is for a developer who wants to use this as part of a manual reconstruction, or for you to just be able to eyeball the data to see if it belongs to something you recognize.

Download a "binary editor" program so you can look inside the .SAV


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Scan the disk with getdataback, and if it sees your file, register the utility so you can copy it off the HD.
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