|Afraid not - the factory recovery process has overwritten everything that was previously on the C: partition. You are supposed to keep backups of your files on another drive or on DVDs at all times in case the drive suddenly fails or you need to do a recovery when Windows is screwed up.|
The recovery process should have warned you that all data will be wiped if you proceed.
What's going to upset you even further is that a factory recovery was most likely not neccessary any way. Simply re-installing the wi-fi driver may have fixed the problem, and you could have downloaded that free from your laptop manufacturer's website if necessary. It's a pity you did not post the wi-fi problem earlier.
There's just an outside chance you may be able to recover at least some of your files with recovery software, but after doing a factory recovery they will most likely be only partially intact if they exist at all. Still, nothing to lose by trying. Go here for a choice of free ones: http://free-backup.info/data-recove...