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19-09-12~15:15:00 (UTC+10)
Hotmail open in Edge>Updates Postponed to Quiet Hrs.>...worked in a New Document.rtf-File>!!!Blue Screen>Memory Management…>Updates...>~~~Lost .RTF file I was working on> Need to recover this New Document.rtf-file. How? [... try not to Shut Down ...]

All Thanks!

P.S. Dunno whereto/howto "chose topic" to ask @the right people... :)
 
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Hello WeAll,

Welcome to the Forum.

I have not used Hotmail in many years, but given you effectively had some form of crash have you checked the Drafts folder in Hotmail for you - as yet - incomplete document?

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Probably referring to Outlook. Hotmail hasn’ existed for some years, but has been retained for original users, as a shortcut - the users hotmail can, for convenience, still be used.
But, have a look at this page to see if your letter can be recovered. (It might also have slipped into the “focus” box)
 

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Not exactly sure that "Hotmail" has anything to do with the question.
It would seem that the OP has lost a Wordpad document <.rtf> rich text format.
Need to recover this New Document.rtf-file.
Unfortunately Wordpad doesn't, as far as I know, have an "autosave" feature like a more robust program such as Word has, so....

You might try something like

Which has a free version that allows you to recover up to 2 GBs of data, without purchasing the Pro version.
I'm not promoting or otherwise endorsing this particular program but it might be worth a try.
There is a "User Guide" here which might help

Otherwise the "RTF" document might be lost to the ether
 
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You are right. I focused too much on the first word and assumed he had lost a doc he was using in Hotmail/Outlook!!
 

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