Two days ago i was about to upgrade my Windows 7 beta to the final edition when i got a message saying i had to little space left on my harddrive. Since i have two partitions, i thought i could move some more space from D: to C:. I've done that several times before and i've never had a problem like this.
I started the operation, and waited. After about 1 hour it was on 99%, and it was stuck there for about two hours. So after three hours of waiting, i cancelled it and just shut down my computer hoping i didn't break anythig. Ohh and btw, i used Paragon Partition manager for this.
I remember that when i shut it down (at 99%) it showed it was on this step..:
Quick data moving
The morning after (yesterday) i booted the computer up, or well, i tried to, but i was met by an error saying:
Interrupted operation: Insert the Recovery CD or other Recovery Media…
After a bit of googling, i inserted my Win 7 cd and booted from it. I then entered this into the command prompt:
It said "Command completed sucessfully" or something similar to that. After rebooting again, hoping it would start, i was met by another error. Sigh.
"Missing operating system"
And now i'm kinda stuck. I have no clue what to do, and i have lots of important files on my harddrive that i just can't loose!
I have Windows XP installed on drive D and Windows 7 installed on C. (dual boot) I started the operation from Windows 7..
Thanks in advance!