This may seem like a stupid problem/mistake to many, but I've not got alot of experience with partitioning drives at all.. This PC has 2 drives, one 120gb with Win2k, programs etc, and one 200gb with music/work on. I need to dual boot the system to run some programs that only work with xp. So I went about partitioning the 200gb into a 170 and 30 for XP and those programs. PM said it needeed to reboot, as I expected, and it went into the DOS interface to do the process. All went fine in here, no errors, finished 100%. System rebooted, but now windows sees the drive as D: (not S, as it was before, or X, as the partition was named) and completely unformatted. This is the case in My Computer and in Disk Manager, but in PM it sees S and the new partition as working drives. Had no error messages throughout the process, any ideas as to whats gone wrong/how to recover much appreciated.