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Windows 7: My Partition Disappeared after BSOD

19 Jan 2013   #1
djshonrock

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My Partition Disappeared after BSOD

Hi!! I'm Running a Windows 7 Ultimate on my Laptop PC and today, I was uninstalling a Video Converted. On the process, the BSOD appeared and then restarted.. Later, i Opened Computer and found my Partition D Missing. I tried going to Device Manager and setting it back up. But, I could not do Much There. Please Help Me. My Files, Occupies more than a 150 GB of data..




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19 Jan 2013   #2
gregrocker
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I thought you'd have a System image backup along with your files by now. I don't know what you do to your installs, but no video converter install can cause the loss of a partition.

Run Partition Wizard Partition Recovery Wizard - Video Help.
Hopefully you didn't format over D as it won't recover then, but otherwise the Wizard will find it and allow you to undelete it.

Did you try uninstalling the Video Converter normally in Control Panel? If that fails System Restore to before it was installed.
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24 Jan 2013   #3
djshonrock

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Thanks gregrocker.. I've got over with it.. I've done a system restore and its fine nw.. got all my files up.. Thanks for the reply nyway..
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