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contents of download folder was deleted and overwritten.

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i upgraded to ff 34.0.5 yesterday. folder f:\downloads is the default download folder for my previous ff. what happened next is something deleted all my folders and files in the f:\downloads folder and the worst part is all those folders and files are irrecoverable using undelete softwares (all my files and folders were delibrately overwritten. total more than 30GB of data). my folders and files were there yesterday before i upgraded ff. what was found in f:\downloads now was deleted firefox components files only. my folders and files were not only deleted but were overwritten all 30GB too. this is not an accident but a planned delibrate irresponsible action.

please advise.

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@joseph66

if the f:\downloads folder is still present, simply right click on it and choose properties.

Next go to previous versions.

IF you have system restore activated, you will hopefully see some previous versions listed like in the example attached.

I recommend selecting one, and then hit open. IF you stuff is there i suggest copying back to that folder. NOT restoring as I am not 100% how you download folder got deleted to begin with. my suggestion anyways.

Hopefully that helps

Best regards

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