restore data deleted on partitioned drive

I accidentally deleted important data (photos and videos) on a partitioned drive (drive F), but I can't find a basket on the partitioned drive. Deleted files are not in the Recycle Bin on drive C. How I could access the trash on this drive or is there another way I can retrieve this important data? Thank you

Jerome Godin

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