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Adobe Bridge wiped my Desktop.

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I was trying to free some disc space and tried to delete the cache in Adobe Bridge. Whe I did that it wiped out every file I had saved on my desctop.

Excel files, PSD Files, Word files and all desktop shortcuts to programs.

I have HUNDREDS of hours of work in some of these files and really need to recover them if possible.

There might be a problem in that I use WindowWasher set to DOD standards to wipe old files.

PLEASE....I really screwed the pooch here.

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are you certain that you actually wiped those files?

If you came to me with this problem, I would physically remove the drive from the PC and insert it in another PC and run some recovery software on the drive, but the first thing I would consider is checking to see if you have accidentaly created a new user profile, by checking c:\Documents and Settings\.... and making sure there are not two similarly named profiles.
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abviously.....chech the recycle bin as well..
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