There is a possibility that PCInspector will be able to recognize the file - but it's not (IMO) likely.
The most important thing right now is to stop using the PC. If the file is located in an area that currently doesn't have data written to it, then there's a chance that it can be recovered. Each time that you use the PC, Windows writes stuff to the disk - so using it will degrade the chances of recovering it.
Here's a link on how to do a data recovery: http://www.runtime.org/datarecovery.htm
If you're able to locate the data using this method, you can either buy their software (it's very good IMO - I've purchased it for my use) or you can try the above procedure using PCInspector
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