Hello everyone, First of all thanks for this great website and forum. Especially the Troubleshooting Sudden Reboots/crashes post is awesome and is helping me a lot! But more on that later maybe... Right now I have a problem that I don't know how to fix. I have completely formatted both my hard disks and installed Windows XP Pro on C. That is all working fine but D however is giving me problems. First partition magic told me it had a bad geometry but I took care of that by deleting the partition, creating a new one and formatting it with NTFS. Then when I checked the disk there were no folders and files (no hidden ones either) so everything seemed clean. But when I checked "details" or "properties" it showed me that 10 MB were being used. When I rebooted the computer it also gives me the choice of two windows installations - there should only be one!? So apparently my system is still recognizing some Windows left overs on D that the formatting didn't erase? To make matters worse I figured I would try to format by doing the first steps of a fresh windows installation on D - unfortunately the whole installation went through....so I formatted D again to get rid of that one - but yet again, some remains are left from that installation, too!? Now I get three Windows installations to choose from when I reboot (which is a big pain in the ****) and on details for D it tells me "64 MB used". Yet no files or folders! WTF? How do I find/access that used space and free it? I would greatly appreciate any help on this because I want my system to be as smooth as possible. (I presume this makes it a little unstable...) Thanks! Dennis p.s.: The windows versions were always XP Pro.