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18 Nov 2011  

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit

Hard to follow your explanation, but....

I doubt if Vista was ever on D. The D partition was presumably a partition from which you could restore Vista to C.

It looks like you may have installed Windows 7 to what used to be D, thereby overwriting your previously available recovery partition?

And did not touch C, where Vista was originally installed?

Or I may be confused entirely about what you have done or what you originally had.

Can you post a screen shot of your Disk Management as it now exists?
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