The notebook is a implausible accessory in trendy life, used both for work and for play. My setup was a single disk with two partitions assigned as c: and e: , with home windows installed on c: but all windows paperwork and settings on e:. I needed to go back to primary disk in order that I might resize the partitions and add a linux twin boot.
The problem was that after changing back to primary disk, the e: drive lost its drive assignment so when windows booted up it routinely took the subsequent out there letter i.e. d:. So home windows could not discover all its documents and settings which made it unhappy.
I ran TestDisk on a XP Professional laptop computer, it detected my USB-connected internationalâ€ drive, discovered all my partitionsâ€ (dynamic disk volumes), allowed me to backup my data to the laptop, and offered the option to … Read More