Hello, I downloaded and started using Scrivener on my Windows 7 computer today at my university office. I created a new project, imported a document, and recently organized photos in the research folder in the binder. When I saved the project Scrivener gave me some errors messages (I don’t remember exactly what they were) because eventually I was able to save it. And I’m a nut about saving things fresh every 20 minutes. BUT Then I went to look in the folder on my desktop in which the project was saved and nearly all of the other files, photos, Word Documents, etc that were in that folder were missing. The Scrivener file I recently saved was there, but not the other files in that folder. I don’t know if there’s a connection or not, but the last thing I did was save the project in Scrivener and then the other files in the same folder, some related to and some not, went missing. When I search the PC, the computer can find the shortcuts for the missing files but not the original files. Did Scrivener move them somehow? Thanks for any help on this. IT support at my university seems baffled. I have a back up of the Scrivener file on Google Drive (which I’m now reading might be another problem or related problem?!!) but it was backed up before I organized all the images and it doesn’t of course include all the other documents and files in that larger folder. I do not have a back up of those missing files. I will also note that there is not a recent back up or restoration point available for this folder unfortunately. But I’m just wondering if there’s a way to locate the original files which seemed to have been moved or changed by my saving of the Scrivener project-- as that is the only thing I did differently/ did previously before the files went missing.