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Windows 7: Missing Windows 7 Partition

18 Jun 2012   #1

Windows 7 professional x32 bit
Missing Windows 7 Partition

Hello sir.
i were used dual booted laptop Windows 7 and Linux. I opened my Disk management and i right clicked the Linux partition drive and i selected "Delete Volume", After that i formated that partition. Now when i restarted my laptop, i got error like this
"Grub loading.
Error: Unknown files
grub rescue>"
Then i Created a live USB contains SGD iso file. I booted this USB on booting time and selected Windows boot. It asked in the black screen with options "Start windows normally " and " Launch and Start up Repair and " I selected the second option and i tried to restore my back up files , then i can see that C drive contains only the files and folders which i was stored in D drive. and D dirve shows only 200 MB size.
Please help me. I dont have CD drive in my laptop. Before this problem ,
C drive is -58GB
D drive is -141GB
Now C drive shows 141GB and contains the files which were in my D drive. Please help me . I struggling for more than 5 days.

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18 Jun 2012   #2

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Welcome aboard, Vignesh :)

Download Partition Wizard Bootable CD and burn in a blank disk. Boot from it, and post a camera caught picture of the drive map in partition wizard window.
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18 Jun 2012   #3

Windows 7 HP / Ultimate x64

Hi there,

You'll probably want to double-check and sort out your HDD partitions using one of the programs suggested below:

Best Free Partition Manager
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