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Windows 7: My One Partition Is Disappears


11 May 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
My One Partition Is Disappears

I am using Widows 7 ultimate 64 Bit And yesterday I was re install windows 7 and i am notice that win 7 is not reinstall in my pc system gone in restore mode And my one partition which is 195 gb is totally disappear
I want to mention one thing here Before 3-4 month ago i was create a two partition in G drive {195 gb drive} and unallocated 140 gb size drive for ubuntu but after a few days i was try to allocate dis 140 size patition but i am unable to do so i delete both partition {140 which was unallocated and 50 which was allocated } nad finaly m got 195 G drive AND i was reserve this drive for my games but after reinstall win 7 this drive and my data totally disappear but i can saw it in disk manegment as unallocated when i try to allocate this partition my system gave me error so i delete this partition again and create same partion with same size but diffrent latter Z
So my Question IS that If Infuture i'll reinstall win 7 again so can i face same problem again {Drive Disappear} IF answer is yes so please Help Me To FIX IT

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