Hard Disk Partition damage

March 30, 2011 at 11:49:37
Specs: Windows XP -3, Intel core2Duo, 2GB
Disk management shows that c has 298 GB space, while its capacity in upper white box shows 48.83 GB which is fine, But both other drive D and E are not showing neither in Disk Management nor in Command mode. I hope While using win to flash software i wrongly press start button. My all important data rest in d and e included ghost files. please help

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March 30, 2011 at 13:41:16
You have not supplied enough information.

About 298gb binary size is what Disk Management would show underneath Disk 0, as the raw size of a physical ~ 320gb manufacturer's size hard drive.

Is 48.83 GB the formatted size of logical drive letter C in Windows, and it's in the box beside the physical drive that's about 298gb ?

Is that physical drive connected internally to the computer or is it an external hard drive?

Are hard drive partitions with logical drive letters D and E supposed to be on the same physical hard drive ?

What the ??? is "win to flash software " ?

Even if you did run that by mistake, it wouldn't have wiped out two partitions at the same time and left one intact if they were all on the same physical drive.

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March 30, 2011 at 13:51:02
can me attach a JPG file with my question??

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March 30, 2011 at 20:11:20
You can go to a web site that allows you to load your own *.jpg files (images) for a limited amount of time, then copy the URL address of where it is and post it here..

You haven't answered any of my questions.

If you do not know English well, please go to this web site:


and translate what you want to say in your language to English and copy the resulting text and post it here.

Here is an image of the Disk Management screen:

Beside Disk 0, in the box, do you see the 48.83 GB partition and Unallocated space to the right in the space beside it ?

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April 10, 2011 at 23:43:27
you could try to use other third-party
href="http://http://www.partition-magic.org/">partition software
to see whether your partition is well or broken

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