I wanted to resize my drive C and create a new partition. So, I used Acronis boot CD to do it. Full version kept telling me that it can't find any hard drive, while Partition Magic was telling me that there is an partition table error. So, after a couple of tries, Acronis started in what they call safe mode (not windows safe mode, it's still on boot cd). It took 4 hours to resize partition and after that... Win7RC and WinXPpro were no longer bootable. I was still getting the boot menu from win 7, but it couldn't boot to any windows saying it was either not there or corrupt. I used another bootable CD to browse files. Drive C was alright, just some files broken. So, I decided to check what new partitions are there. Acronis created 2 new partitions of the wrong size... I used fixboot in windows repair console and it said that drive C is FAT, while in fact it was never FAT. So, it turned it into fat, after that files on drive C were no longer accessible. I'm using Partition Table Doctor to repair partitions, but it doesn't do anything good... it farther divides drive C into free space and Linux partitions... Anyway, right now what i have is drive C being divided into two (or more) parts, some of which are marked as free space. I think it might have something to do with the fact that i pressed cancel while acronis was working because it was taking too long, but it still didn't stop and kept going for 4 hours just as it said in the beginning.