Posted 22 June 2012 - 01:59 PM
Not a expert with Recuva, but I'll try to help. You could wait till someone with greater experience with Recuva come along if you like, will not hurt my feelings.
Anyway, sounds like the chkdsk that the system performed found file corruption and overwrote the .mig file. I believe that the drive F: is having problems of some sort, so do not restore the file to the same drive that it is presently on.
The Path is just the drive\folder that Recuva found for the deleted\lost file it found. What matters is do you have a green, orange, or red dot on the line that references "This file is overwritten with "F:\found.004\dir0003.chk\Windows Easy Transfer - Items from old computer.MIG". Green means you have a good chance to recover that file!!
Click in the box next to the filename on the line referencing "This file is overwritten with "F:\found.004\dir0003.chk\Windows Easy Transfer - Items from old computer.MIG" in the comment column. The Filename might not be the name you gave it initially, probably has an .dmp extension.
Click recover in the lower right. Select a drive location other than the F: drive and see what happens.
Good Luck, hope this helps.