When I set up my daughter's computer a year ago I partitioned the hard drive with FDISK into 3 partitions, C: for system & programmes, D: for her own filing, and E: as a small holding area for introduced material needing assessment. Operating system is Win95 OSR2.
Suddenly last week D: & E: drives vanished. Not only do they no longer appear under Windows Explorer, but clicking on any reference showing in say Works, My Documents, Recycling Bin, to files on the original D: & E: drives causes that reference to vanish also.
So far as I can ascertain the rest of the system works well.
There is no partitioning programme on her computer so I cannot see how partitioning can be changed without drastic reformatting.
It is as if there is no partitioning, or that in some way the drives D: and E: are still there but hidden.
Any advice would be appreciated.