29th November 2015, 15:50 #1
D Drive Greyed Out & Files missing after Windows 10 upgrade
My computer ugraded to Windows 10 overnight and installed what I think is a full version of Windows 10 from Windows 8.1. I have lost my .pst folder and my local D: partion is greyed out. I don't have access to the drive and therefore can't acces some important data files such as .xls files.
I right click the greyed out area of my D: drive and it show I have 22m Mb of date on a 729 GB drive.
If I rollback through the Security and Recovery feature, will I get back my files and OS as if it were an image, such as is the case with GHost?
30th November 2015, 12:28 #2
This is strange. Only your C / System Drive should have been touched. Wonder why this happened to your D Drive!? Your data from your C drive - you will get it in the Windows.old folder.
Yes, you should get your files if your Rollback from Windows 10.