In case of data recovery it's best to work on a clone of the hard disk, so that everything a program does damaging the data even more is undone by cloning again. Did you work on the original? Not a very good idea.
That being said, try Recuva from Piriform. It's free. If that doesn't work either, keep searching for other programs, but only pay if their trial function shows they actually work.
And that being said, the next thing to say is that recovery never is a sure thing. So a tip for the future: backup is much better.
I am looking for a good recovery software for a folder of photos I deleted. They were not corrupted, and there has been no damage that I am aware of either to them or the hard drive they were originally housed within.
I have tried to use Remo Recovery, but the files were recovered as "corrupted" and I am unable to open them.
Does anybody have a good recommendation for a solid photo recovery tool? Or one that will now "un-corrupt"/recover/repair the photos from my Remo Recovery session.