So my wife needed to re-install Windows, and decided to boot from her dvd-rom to run the disk and start the formatting process. She chose the option for a clean install of windows (re-format the drive and install new copy), but now there's a problem: First, following her install, she noticed that her OS was running even slower than it should be, and we found out that she had TWO partitions instead of one like she should've had. The 2nd partition is the old partition, meaning that somehow, Windows decided "Nope! Can't delete that old partition!", and just tacked on another. Second, when we tried to just delete the partitions, her ASUS M5A99x mobo no longer sees her dvd-rom, making it impossible to boot from the dvd drive. Is she stuck with a screwed up HD? Or is there a workaround for this?