Just a quick question in addition, say one doesn't have a restore point. Is there a fix for that as well? Or would that have to be done manually?
Install it and when you get the recuva screen
on the wizard.
Click on Options... >> Actions Tab. Check "Restore folder structure
Run a regular scan on the system drive.
When complete, use the filter box in the upper right corner and typeSMTMP
If that doesnt bring up any files,type*.lnk
Select all the files and recover them
Now browse through the recovered folders.If you find a folder called UNKNOWN folder
.Open it and you should find your startmenu folders
Edited by narenxp, 16 May 2012 - 11:33 AM.