My computer crashed while I was downloading some torrents just now and when I restarted my computer, my whole downloads folder appeared empty, even though the available storage amount hadn't changed, indicating that the data was still there. After running Disk Recovery, I was able to get most of the data back, but there are still at least 59 folders missing, totalling around 19 GBl; that isn't including converted and copied versions of the folders that are missing from other directories within the HD. Unfortunately I don't have money for an overpriced recovery tool. Disk recovery detects the missing files in the index but says that they have "incorrect harldinks count" [sic]. It says either "Should be 4294901761 instead of 0" or "Should be 0 instead of 1". It then completes the recovery and says "Error: Disk Utility cant repair this disk. Back up as many of your files as possible, reformat the disk, and restore your backed-up files." I need to figure out what is going on here.