Originally Posted by StupidFly
Here's the dealio:
I use to have an old 800 mHz Dell Celeron. I swapped out the hard drive with a Western Digital 80gb. All went well. But my Dad partitioned it into a 20 gb and a 60 gb.
Christmas of 2002 I got a new computer at one of those computer conventions. 2.4 gHz, 256 DDR RAM, 40 gb hard drive, XP Home, and a DVD ROM (sony?). Since then I've upgraded it with a nVidia GeForce 4, a Samsung CD-RW, and a Creative Audigy 5.1 sound card. I've really liked it so far.
I decided I might as well put in this 80 gb hard drive I had sitting around. And I did and all went well. I never used it though. And about a week ago I decided I wanted to load all my music onto it. So I set out to departition it. And I did do that. Everything has been deleted from the hard drive (when it was formatted). But now it says its capacity is only 1.95 GB!
What do I need to do? Please tell me all hope is not lost. Thanks.
1.Windows version,if you don't mind.
2.Audigy 5.1 sound card
It's the speaker system thats 5.1 not SB Audigy.
3.do you have a system disk ?
Your lucky i went this far without your Windows version as the 1 st thing anyone posts. AMEN