I have created a unique problem with Windows 7. I don't even know what can possibly be done, but I won't lose any data if I have to reinstall Windows 7. For around a year and a half before Windows 7 came out, I had XP installed on my computer. When Windows 7 came out, I bought it, but I wanted to keep XP on the computer. I have 2 hard drives, so when I got my copy of Windows 7, I partitioned the second drive, hoping to use the partitioned part for Windows 7 and still have XP if anything went wrong. Well, yesterday I decided to delete the other partition on that drive (Not touching XP), and grow that partition to the size of the full drive (big mistake). Now I can't boot into Windows 7 at all. It's giving me an error when I try to select it at the select OS screen. I can still boot into XP (I'm using it to post now), but it did a disc check on all of the discs. (which came out fine) Is it possible to restore the system to the way it was, or do I have to reinstall Windows 7? (I already tried using system restore from XP, it failed) I should mention, I might have a backup of the drive (created by Windows 7). I don't know if it's been deleted or not.