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I partioned the drive (200 GB) with XP(C:=20 GB, D:=140 GB, E:=26 GB) and later installed on a system with Windows 2000 as a slave. I formatted the three partions with with Windows 2000 and placed data on all partions. The next day when I booted the system, the E: drive was gone, the data on the D: drive was there but was not accepted by the relevant applications (e.g., CorelDRAW 12 and PhotoShop 7 cannot open their files.) but the C: drive was ok. The data on the D: drive is most important for me and I want to recover it again as soon as possible. Please guide me what should I do now?
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Right click MY COMPUTER< choose MANAGE, choose DISK MANAGEMENT

Expand the window....on the right side pane, what can you tell me windows says reguarding this partition?
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