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Partitioned drive disappeared?

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Sorry if this has been asked before or whatnot, but I could really use the help if there is any. Just a bit ago my computer seemed to freeze up. I manually shut down my computer and turned it back on. Once my computer had restarted, my D: drive was missing! No shortcuts from my D: drive work, it claims to have 0 bytes of 0 bytes, and wants me to format it. My D: drive is partitioned on a 40GB harddrive with my C: drive, the C: drive having 5GB and the rest on my D:. Is there any way to recover the drive for me? And if not, will the format at least restore the space to it? Thank you and please help.
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