Actually sounds like the MBR of the disk has been corrupted. To recover data you will need to mount it as a second drive in a functional PC nad then run tesdisk on it as in this sticky. Or build the Ultimate Boot CD 4 Windows (UBCD4WIN) which includes test disk and will allow you to run it without removing the drive to another machine. http://www.techsupportforum.com/f16...rtition-or-files-in-your-computer-194492.html
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