I've been having horrible trouble getting Windows and Linux to cooperate, Ubuntu didn't like my X800, Fedora limited itself to 800x600 with 24 colors, etc. I finally got Fedora working correctly by selecting the option: Remove All Linux Partitions and Install on Selected Drive. Everything worked out perfectly, couldn't have gone better. Until I tried to get into Windows. It gave me the error: Autochk.exe not found - Checkdisk will not be run Then it would reboot. I fixed this problem by changing the drive's hex ID from 0x17 (hidden NTFS) to 0x07 (NTFS). Now Windows and Fedora will boot, but I can only see half my partitions. Well, I can see all my partitions, but I can't view them. This is how my computer is set-up: Drive 1: C:\ (30gb) and S:\ (80gb) Drive 2: E:\ (80gb), F:\ (15gb) & Linux Drive (which is recognized by Windows as M:\) (50gb) Drive 3: Z:\ (80gb) The C:\, F:\ and Z:\ partitions all work fine in Windows, but E:\ and S:\ I can't view. They are shown as healthy in Windows Disk Management and Linux says that their hex thing is 0x07. But if I try to view them in Windows, it just asks me if I want to format the drives. Using GetDataBack, I can recover all the files, however the partitions Fedora decided to screw over were my two biggest partitions so I can't back up the data to a current existing drive. Is there anyway to restore the current drives using GetDataBack or a similar program? GDB has confirmed all the data is still there. edit: I've backed up pretty much all essential data already, it's just I'd rather not lose my music collection and have to re-install all my games.