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deleted D: drive

shakiratime

FPCH New Member
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I have 2 hard disks, the C' drive came with PC and I had another installed a year ago which was allocated D' as the drive letter. My (so called friend) rebuilt my pc today but accidently deleted the D' drive (or the partition, he said). Now when I click on My Computer I only have the C' drive showing. I know the hard disk is still there but I don't know how I can recover it. can anyone offer some sensible advice please?? My Pc is Windows XP Home Edition.

Thank you

Jane