Posted 06 September 2008 - 05:32 AM
Rather than searching for OLD, I'd search for something that I knew was there. For example if I had a bunch of pictures of Granny and knew that her name was in some of the files - then I'd search for "granny" (without the quotes) in all locations (including the non-indexed ones).
If it's pictures, then I'd start by searching for *.jpg or *.jpeg (in all locations), then I'd scroll through the results to see if anything was familiar.
Otherwise I'd have to suggest opening up Windows Explorer and start working your way through the directory structure folder by folder.
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