ok, I have read lots of post and I know that there work around on lots of situation..But before I go a destroy the
partition table, and goto restore route, which I dont even trust with windows anymore..Just wanted to check if
there are other idea out there...Here is my situation;
* Have 600G disk running windows 7, here is my config
Disk 0 596G
Partition 1 Recovery 1500 MB
partition 2 Primary 579 GB
partition 3 Primary 15G
I was trying to shrink the partition 2 using windows 7 disk management, it said it would srink the volume by 280G or something..
and started the process, few seconds into the process, the darn windows crashed and now it seems that I am missing that 280 GB space.
when I look at the C:
it says capacity 305GB, I do not see any unallocated space...where the hack is the free space..
I already tried following;
* Trun off the system restore function
* Try to defragment the disk
* Try to shrink again. when I try to shrink it only comes up with 1 MB..
This is crazy...any idea?
The diskpart shows the same config as before with same partition config. data..
Thanks in Advance