Open one of the lost pictures.
Click on menu File > Save as ...
What file path is displayed in the Save-As window?
It should be the original saving place - provided the option "Save as to Original Folder" is checked in Edit > Prferences > File handling.
When I do so, I check the directory but it shows desktop like it ususally is.
I checked the File Handling and the option to save to the original saving place has been selected aka ticked.
When i look through normal files on the pc i can find the files as soon as i open it when i scroll down but when i double click to open nothing happen and it says the file directory was unable to be found and the file is 0 bytes.
My thought would be to check your drive for errors by right clicking on your C: drive and under the Tools tab, perform a disk check and defragmentation if need be.
Next, Reset Preferences on CS6:
If you need a quick and dirty way to restore your preferences, here's a way you can do it using a keyboard shortcut on launch:
Windows - double-click the PS icon to start Photoshop
Immediately Hold down CTRL-SHIFT-ALT
You will see a delete preferences dialog. Click “yes".
Now see if everything is back to normal.
I did what you said and nothing happened still cant find the files that i saved
Open Photoshop go to Files > Recent Files and select the file you want.
When it opens, go to the document tab, right-click on it and choose "Reveal in Explorer". It should show you where it is.
No errors, :(
I already have
What does Reveal in Explorer do When you try it?