Louis had a similar issue with a corrupted USB thumb drive and he used Total Commander to fix it. The nice thing about that classic program is that it didn't give up. It kept reading it over and over to try it. That's what SpinRite does. It doesn't time out. It could take days, or even weeks, but it then worked. So that's a benefit.
Jim is frustrated with the state of search on Explorer. Is there any program he can use to tweak results and filter out nonsense? Leo says the easiest thing to do is use Windows Search. There are third party file viewers including Everything Search Engine and Total Commander, which formerly was Norton Commander.