Yesterday i plugged my USB cord into my camera to copy some pictures off. I selected all of them and then went to my desktop and pasted them. I watched the windows status bar go for 30 seconds and then all was completed.
i them highlighted all the pictured on the camera and pressed DELETE.
Closed my HP windows 7 laptop and left. Came back 30min later and my laptop was stuck trying to go into hibernation mode, which it sometimes does. i manually powered it off and turned it on.
When it booted i noticed all of my pictures that were on my desktop were gone. Tried to search for them, looked in the recycle bin....can't find them.
Is there a temp location they could be in when i copied them?
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