Update- I managed to use easy duplicate finder and it worked fine but since my duplicates had different names presumably when I moved them around and duplicated them in the same folders it never got me to where I needed.
After I recovered all my lost files on a disk I accidently reformatted, i wound up with around 750 GB of files, most of them were copies and duplicates, some of them even had up to ten duplicates of the same file!
I just created a new folder and started to go through all the folders and subfolders in the "lost files" folder that my recover program created and basically selected all the individual files in each folder and cut&pasted them in the one I created, every time windows noticed I was trying to put similar files into that folder the warning window popped up and I just clicked "skip for all files that are identical" button, once I managed to do all that I was down to 550 GBs, I then told the "view" mode to group all files by type, I went and put all they files of the types that I wanted to keep into their own perspective files (mainly image files-Jpegs,DNGs, etc...)
I then went into those individual folders and totally deleted all know copies and duplicates, if I was unsure, I would then check the file out in Adobe Bridge where I can actually see the image.
Going through all these files and organizing these files took me four days, boring? yes but it had to be done, I finally ended up with only 110GBs of image files and it was a complete collection of ALL my files I took over the last ten years. All I had to do next was fire up Lightroom and put it to the task of organizing them by date, that only took 4 hours, I am now organized and I stick to it.