First the the smaller one vanished and after another boot out was the bigger... But the psysical HD is there.. Just the virtual partitions are gone... And what's even irritable than this is that windows thinks that this HD is only ~130Gbyte large as the Bios and all Linuxis I have tryed see it as 160Gbyte as it is.
I do see that no-one has posted back for this, but maby someone has connected you by some other means... If this is the case please share your new knoledge w/ me... My address is rikoupe (at) gmail (dot) com
I have an Athlon XP 2500 running Win XP SP1, and I have two HDs. The secondary is partitioned in two, and suddenly it started to become slow and give error messages. After rebooting the system, the drives F: and G: vanished, but the BIOS and windows still recognize my physical HD. Norton Disk Doctor said (before reboot) that it could not open the drive to reading of directory structure, but all other tests were ok. Can anyone help me?