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Acronis PartitionExpert expanded C:\ now B:\ is gone.

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After resizing C:\ partition by expanding into part of the D:\ drive which is on the same Hard disk
B:\ partition on another drive is no longer there. The drive B:\ letter was removed. I did not reformat so the data should be there.
How  can I undo this? Staff needs data on B:\ that is mapped to Quick Books. Yes hot water I am in.

This is a w2k3 server in a small office. Active Directory etc.....
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I went to disk management and re assigned the label and it is back.

Woooooooo!!!!

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