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  1. #11
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    Nov 2010
    Wilmington, NC

    Thank's for you help - feel free to mark this thread as "Solved" seeing I fixed my problem.

    I just ran TestDisk, and even after scanning the partitions there was no apparent issue. Though, I was indeed able to access my files from this spectacular utility! Program Files, Windows, Application Data, it's all here. I am merley moving it to a flash drive at the present, and then will reformat the drive and reinstall the OS.

    Thank's again,

  2. #12
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    Apr 2006
    Glad you got it sorted out, Parted Magic is very nice to have around for times like these. Enjoy!
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