I screwed up.
While installing OpenBSD.
Origionally I was running partition #1 with Debian and partition #2 with XP. I started liking linux more, so then I decided to delete my whole hard drive and partition to run 150GB of OpenBSD, another 150 for Debian, and the other 20 for windows (only for BF2 lol).
So due to OpenBSDs crappy installer and directions on how to install it, I deleted all my partitions (didnt need them anyway).
Then it asks me for something called "initial label editor" (wtf?)
And I can find nothing on the net about that.
So then I insert the Windows XP CD and it cant get past the blue screen part where it says "windows is starting up"
So to make a long story short I screwed up my partitions and hard drive. So is there any rescue programs I can use to fix this problems and install my new partitions?
Thanks a bunch.