When in recovery, NEVER do anything that writes to the drive because that can overwrite and make matters worse.
I don't know why this basic rule was ignored but go get RECUVA and see what it shows.
I have a 120gb SSD that is 100% full from another machine. It stopped booting windows. The machine doesn't even recognize there's a hard drive when booting and skips to try a network boot. So I put the SSD in a machine as a secondary drive to try to recover data from it. I initialized the drive and brought it online using Disk Management, but I still can't access the files on the drive. Under Disk Management it shows the SSd as Disk 0 and it being online. It also shows the other Hard Drive which is running windows. It does not show the capacity of the SSD, nor does it show anything at all in the window to the right where you should see partitions. It's just blank. Also when I right click on the disk everything is greyed out except convert to dynamic or convert to GPT (both of which dont work because the disk is full). properties and offline. Like I said it does show the Disk as online... Any ideas???