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windows video live movie maker not saved and pc crashed

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there was some good work done on windows live movie maker on win7.. but due to power outage the pc is shutdown before the file is saved.. is it going to be saved anywhere? if yes, where to look? (temp file)

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Show hidden and system files, then search for all files created on the date of the problem.

Good luck

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You can find the temp path location here

Launch Movie maker

 Click Tools, and then click Options.

  Click the General tab, and then in the Temporary storage box,You will see the temp save location here.





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great! thanks.
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