I did something really stupid. Well a couple of stupid things. I was resizing my XP partition with Partition Commander when I decided that I chose the wrong size for the new partition. So I attempted to cancel the process. I was greeted with a window warning me that if I stop I will corrupt the files. I freaked and hit the abort option thinking I would go back to the resizing, that was my first mistake. Next thing I know the partition is no longer labeled NTFS it is now labeled Other. It was about that time that I was sure I made the wrong choice. So I reboot, my GRUB loader for linux comes up and I have the option to boot either Linux or Windows. So I boot to Windows, the Windows XP screen comes up with the little moving bar. After that I get an error that the Autochk program cannot be found and my system reboots. Desperate to fix this I put in my XP disk and go to the recovery console. Recovery console tells me that my Windows partition is on E:and that is not correct it was supposed to be on C: So thinking that I know more than I actually do I decide to use the Fixmbr command, mistake #2. Now GRUB is removed from the MBR and I cannot even boot to Linux, just the no Autochk program error after the XP screen. My biggest concern is recovering my Windows installation, I can work on getting to Linux later. I don't want to lose all my programs, bookmarks, etc. Is there anyway to fix this or do I need to bite the bullet and do a fresh install? Thanks in advance for any help I may recieve.