I will try my best to describe my issue without making it very complicating.
1. My computer had 3 partitions - A, B and C.
C:\ is where the Windows 8 was installled
B:\ is where I tried to install another windows for testing purposes - Windows 7 Professional
In the installation process my computer restarted and gave me an error - Bootmgr compressed.
To resolve this error, I tried infinite times to get into my computer via BIOS, Bootable various USBs - Pirated Windows, Original Windows etc etc etc! (I don't have a DVD/CD drive in this computer).
After many attempts trying to get into my PC I simply couldn't because of via the bootable USB - Windows 7 Professional, It keeps on getting stuck at the page "Drivers
Missing for Installation" - So, I clicked on the "Repair my Computer" and went to Command prompt.
Screen 1: http://media.bestofmicro.com/,K-Z-243107-3.png
Screen 2: http://0.tqn.com/d/pcsupport/1/0/g/4...p-repair-5.jpg
Screen 3: http://res1.windows.microsoft.com/re...54bcc19_48.jpg
<-- That's How I got to the command prompt.
Thinking from command prompt I'll clean my Drive B where I tried to instlall this new windows and stuffed me up but.. I did the following through the command prompt.
Select Disk 0 (there is only one disk available)
List Partitions <-- Displayed 4 partitions including the USB.
CLEAN <-- Why did I do this a few steps before? I have no idea!
It cleaned successfully.
I tried to look for other partitions, can't find.
Only one is displaying and apparently everything is erased (I think but hoping not). How do I check?
Is there anyway I can get all the partitions showing again and do you think I have eased all the data?
Any help? I have some really important stuff on this hdd.. I backup everything I have but this stuff..arghh I didn't! Only 2 folders that are not backed up, are the ones I really need