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You went to far..

Use this TUTORIAL !!!

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I guess it is actually C:/WINDOWS>
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It now only found the one installation of xp that I had just reloaded, so....does that mean the other is just too messed up. should I just give up?
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Boot into the one that works.. From there, go to Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Computer Management and click on Disk Management..

Now, tell me what you see on the right side of the screen..

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administrative tools is not under control panel or at least I dont seem to have it, but I know i have seen it before.
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Then, I strongly suggest you use your XP cd and do a complete re-install using the option to remove all partitions before re-installing XP..

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Boot into the one that works..  From there, go to Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Computer Management and click on Disk Management..

Now, tell me what you see on the right side of the screen..

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ok i had to switch to classic view but I found it, on the right side under volumes, it shows my C drive and my D (cd-rom) drive. Should I still reinstall?
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What does it say beside the c: drive??

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Layout: partition Type: Basic File System: NTFS Status: Healthy (System) Capacity: 19.14 GB Free Space: 11.92 GB % Free: 62% Fault Tolerance: No Overhead: 0% Thats what follows the C: drive
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Look lower.. It should give you the drive and if it is partitioned
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Theres a bold dark blue line that is denoted on the bottom as Primary Partition. Below the line is a box with the amount of space as I wrote above. Is that what you are asking? (ps thanks for all the help so far, youre awesome)
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That's close.. as an example, this is what mine says (under the dark blue line)

WIN2000PRO (C:)
37.27GB FAT32
Healthy (System)

That's all... Now, what does yours say??

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(C:)
19.14GB NTFS
Healthy (System)
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Okay.. there is no d: there other than d: drive being your cd-rom??

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yeah the d drive is just my dvd rom
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