I'm in urgent need of help. Sort of. Really.
I just pulled one of those 'Work on something 6 hours, save and then dont find your file' kind of screw up. Normally I wouldn't freak out if this were in my computer as I'd take the time to look for the file (a .docx). However I'm at uni and it's going to close in 100 minutes and the tech support is long gone. Now, what happened is that I opened a file from gmail (that I had previously sent myself), worked on it in Word (2010 version if it affects anything) and saved continuously until I decided to head home. I saved, closed and poof! I went to temporary explorer (uni's default and only web browser) folder and couldn't find anything.
However, I downloaded another word document from gmail, did the same thing but I did not close it. This document appears to be residing at an address like this: C:\Users\[mylastname]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Low\Content.IE5\OPR51UZ7
I am keeping a little hope the other document (the important one) is in a similar folder. However, I have no idea if it is and if so, how the hell gain access to it. How can I take a look at these temporary folders to see if my document is still there?