I've had a computer for many years and have never had to take it to a tech before. But I've managed to get myself into a fix that I can't seem to get out of. In order to fix a relatively minor problem, I chose to do a "repair install" at the suggesstion of someone on another forum. After all, my C: drive was completely backed up to my G: drive via Norton Ghost. I thought I could just stream everything back on to C:. In the process of reinstallation from the XP disk I mistakenly pressed the wrong key and accidentally created a drive F:! I used to be set up this way. C: was the "local" boot drive G: was my back up drive F: drive was labled "removable". Thanks to my mistake it now looks like this: F: is the "local" boot drive G: is still the backup, C: is now labled "removable" even though all my files are still there. When I try to access C: it tells me to insert disk. Of course, that's impossible. Because of all this, I cannot boot from C: nor access G: nor boot from the Norton CD to get to the "repair environment". I've tried a number of "tech" sites and scoured the Microsoft Knowledge Base with no results. I'm simply trying to return to my original configuration or to put it another way, undo what I've so foolishly done. I've included my system stats in the srop down menu. I hope this is enough but if not, let me know. I'll try to provide whatever you need. Thank you all in advance.