Hey guys. I have Windows 7 Build 7000 (64-bit) and I have a bit of a problem. I was sorting some stuff in disk management and I noticed I had an extra, 1000MB partition on my 200GB media hard drive and I right clicked it to delete it. It told me that it would erase all data on the partition and I meh'ed because I knew nothing was on it. Then when I tried to proceed, it told me it was currently in use and asked if I wanted to force delete it anyway, so I did. Then the whole space for that hard drive was completely unallocated. I wtf'd and after a restart I tried adding a drive letter, which made it show up as a hard drive, but now, under file system, it says RAW instead of NTFS and when I try to open the drive from Computer, it says I need to format the drive before I can use it!!!! OMG!!! Is there any possible way to restore the drive to a working state without losing all of my data? :'-( It had only about 40 gigs of space left. All the rest of the space was full with a bunch of media, but also all of my latest and 64-bit drivers and tons of apps and updates for games and stuff. 150 gigs!!!!!! If there is no way, then it's not the end of the world, but if there is anything I can do, I would deeply appreciate any help.