Quote: Originally Posted by HunterjWizzard
Drive F is a seperate unrelated drive I am presently doing data recovery on for ANOTHER person right now, it has nothing to do with this problem.
Well I'm puzzled. The F partition shows as "active", and yet there's no file system on it. But that's where the BIOS should be going at boot time, to find some kind of boot manager files, assuming that drive is listed first in the boot sequence of your machine's BIOS.
Your C-partition shows as the Windows 7 "system" partition, but it's not "active". So the BIOS would not go to that drive and discover the partition to boot through, at boot time.
So, what is the hard drive shown in the BIOS boot sequence of your machine? Which of your drives is in that list first? That's where there should also be an "active" partition. But your C-partition is not shown as active.
So I'm confused as to how your machine boots.
What do you mean by a screenshot of I and J in Windows Explorer? Like open the drives and look at their contents? I'll post anything if it'll help.
Yes, that's what I mean.
I just want to see the contents of what is currently that large partition labeled "system reserved" (although the label is irrelevant). And also of that other "recovery" partition which you said you deleted some time back.
Just open each drive, set the "view" to "details" (or even "list" would work) and take a screenshot.