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for help with my messed-up partition.
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by:Kyle Schroeder
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No problem...I'm just glad you got it working!  NDD probably would have fixed it if it was the full version.  And the full version  utils do include a diskeditor (at least, the older version did...maybe they took it out for being too dangerous in the hands of an inexperienced luser :)

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Ooop, I guess I should  put this as an answer.

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by:joe_h
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Yeah,man... I was not very happy thinking I'd lose 3GB's of data...
And yes, you're right, a diskeditor can do a lot of good if used right, and a big mess if not....

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