Not sure if this will help at this stage but a program called Directory Snoop might help you. It is a paid-for application but you can trial it for 30 days I think for free and it is fully functional. The advantage it has over other recovery programs is that you can look at the contents of any particular file, even deleted ones, before recovery so this should help. If you run it and then look at the locations you have previously posted then you might see the relevant file and be able to recover it. You will have to run it as an administrator as it is quite powerful. It is basically a tool to look at the contents of any file but it does recovery quite well also although not probably for a large number of files. Very handy for the odd file.
It has two modules, one for NTFS and one for FAT, and probably you would use the NTFS one as this is the most common now - it will just give an error if the wrong one is chosen. It is easy to use, just run it and click on the drive letter for the drive or partition you need (Select Drive). It will show a tree directory structure through which you can then delve to find the right file. The contents of each selected file is shown in the lower box - and you can scroll through this. If you find the file then use the Undelete button at top left and follow the prompts - best to save this to a flash drive or other partition if you have one.
I won't go into the topic of backups (I noticed your other thread) but having all your data separate from the operating system and backed-up independently is usually much safer, especially when trying to recover deleted files.
Hope you have some luck getting your data back.