troubleshooting Question

CANNOT ACCESS MY OWN PASSWORD PROTECTED FOLDER

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I HAVE A BIG PROBLEM....
I have 3 disk partitions in my hard disk (C: - OS, D: - Programs and E: - Data). I have two user accounts where one of them is mine and is password protected. In partition E: is one folder where I have collected know 3 years my data (everything is there..EVERUTHING) and that folder can be accessed only with my account.
I decided to format my WinXP OS -  it begun frequently to crash - SO...

I Loged on in my user account and I REMOVED MY PASSWORD for my account. After that I run Partitition Magic 8.0 and formatter current partitition where OS system was installed(C:) and Programs partition (D:\) while MY DATA in E: partition is safe(E:\).
After that everything went OK,.. I installed WinXP once again etc etc....
AND...
Know when I'm trying to access my FOLDER (in E: -  Data)  it is apperring ACCESS DENIED...
WHAT IS GOING ON I REMOVED THE PASSWORD
I CANNOT ACCESS MY FOLDER....

CAN ANYBODY HELP.. PLEASE

THANKS A LOT FELLAS  
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