Ok. So I was installing Ubuntu (11.10) on my laptop which had 4 partitions, one of which was my general Media/Files partition. While it was resizing in Gparted, computer froze and of course now its all jacked up upon restart. Gparted (in Live CD) tells me to run chkdsk /f and reboot twice. After trying Testdisk and finally find a XP disk, get it to work and enter recovery console. There is no /f option but aparently /r implies /f. I run chkdsk /r and i simply get back the message: "The volume appears to contain one or more unrecoverable problems." Please tell me there is something I can do to. I have an external here that I am borrowing, at the very least I would like to get my files on it and just format the drive and start over. HELP!