Using the program called Eraser, I erased the free disk space of drive D: which is a logical partition on my only physical drive. Apparently the program overwrote the Master File Table Records and as result, I do not see the content of the D: drive. When looking at the properties of the D: drive, Windows shows the drive as RAW. When I want to open the D: drive in Explorer, I get the message: You need to format the disk in drive D: before you can use it. Do you want to format it? When I click Cancel, I get the message: D:\ is not accessible. The volume does not contain a recognized file system. Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and that the volume is not corrupted. I used Recuva to recover the deleted items. Result: nothing found. I used Partition Find and Mount to scan the physical drive and search for lost partitions. Result: no lost partition was found. Is there a way to restore the MFTR of drive D: and recover the files on it? My configuration is:Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1 1 physical disk (Disk 0: Basic) 500GB on which four logical partition exist: Recovery, System Reserved, C: and DAll critical and security updates are installedRestore points are created automatically only for the C: drive Thanks in advance for your help.