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18 Nov 2011  

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit

My guess is that yes, D was only a recovery partition.

If you installed to it, whatever it was, it's no longer a recovery partition.

Offhand, I'd delete all partitions and install to a new C, but we'd really like to see a pic of Disk Management to see the extent of the carnage.
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