Hello! everybody, I have a Seagate 40GB Hard disk with 4 partitions, each of which is approx 10GB. Now, recently, I installed LINUX onto my E: But then , I wished 2 remove it. In the OPEN SOURCE forum, I was advised by someone to go to the LOGICAL DISK MANAGER (in WINDOWS XP) and delete the used partition for LINUX. Now, LINUX had made 2 partitions on E: (one for storing and another for SWAP). Anyways, I deleted the E: from the manager and along with my E:, my F: also got removed.. I lost a lot if data... I have a few questions: How come my F: was alos deleted? Moreover, when the DISK MANAGER showed about 18.9 GB free disk space and I started the WIZARD to make a new Drive (Logical). But, whatever options I chose (i.e. NTFS or FAT32, or custom disk spce) at the end, it showed me that it was not able to create a drive. It said "Restart the Logical Disk Manager, or Restart your computer. refer to System Log for more details.. What should I do? ? ?