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Missing Disk Partition


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howell414

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one of my disk partition is missing. maybe somebody deleted it I dont know. can anybody please advise on what to do?? i would be very grateful. :)

is it hidden or something??? how can I unhide the partition?? :tazz:
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Well, I had a similar problem. One day after usual rebooting I lost one partition too.
I used Disk Director Suite to recover it ('Recover Partition' option). It restored absolutely the same partition that I've lost. And as I understand this situation is a standard problem to solve for DDS. Frankly now I use it quite for other purpose such as usual partitioning.
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right click my computer > manage > disk manager ... does the partition show there?
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Thanks Dsenette! did what you advised: went to my computer, manage, disk management and saw the missing partiton there! Many thanks indeed!!!! :tazz: geekstogo is really very helpful site. more power to this site!!!!
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could you post a screen shot of disk manager? or did y ou fix the partition to be shown in wndows?
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