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Lost partition in Win2000

Hello!

I have a "small" problem.

I have two partitions on my drive, C: and D:.  C: is for the opertingsystem and D: for all other stuff like games and applications. After that my computer crashed one night, i restarted it and the computer coundn't find the D: drive. It present in the explorer, but when i click on it it says: "This drive is not formated, do you wish to do it now"?

Could someone please tell what happend and how i can get it back without formating the drive.

Thanks a bunch!!

Best Regards
Josip  
Windows 2000

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CrazyOne

8/22/2022 - Mon
erikdr

Try diskrepair tools like Norton SystemWorks. Also PowerQuest PartitionMagic contains some checking functions.
Normal Windows OS tools won't help you far with a damaged partition table and that is what you have...

Have fun,

<Erik> - The Netherlands
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Thanks for the help!!
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