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Lost My Drive (wife Cannot Assist)!


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#1 bleepingJim

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Posted 05 August 2008 - 09:37 PM

Last year I did a format because of a virus I didn't know how to resolve. Anyway, ever since then, I have no D: drive, hence lost 60GB of memory. If I go in to system, the partition is visible yet it won't let me click on it to switch. It's like it exists but it doesn't. I also lost drivers such as PCI bridge (could be related to above?). Everything has been otherwise working fine so I didn't bother trying to fix it then. But now I am running low on memory due to iTunes, vids, ect. and I can sure use those additional GB I had once before! Please assist.
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Posted 06 August 2008 - 01:37 AM

When you did the reformat did you do both partitions?

If you look in Disk Management how much big is the capcity, and how much free space does it show?

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