Originally Posted by Mak213
Unallocated Space means that the drive doesnt have a partition. So either the partition was lost or you have to update your chipset drivers.
If the partition was lost you will have to create a new one and then use Recovery Software to get your data back.
By any chance did you have the drive hooked up and on when you reinstalled XP?
Yes, unfortunately, I did. And I am thinking that might be why. Regretting it.
What does that mean happened now?
Also, should I recover without creating a new partition or would I have better luck after I create a new partition and format?
It seems to me that the partition has been somehow 'changed' or 'deleted'.