P.S.: I'd to repair Xp recently....did that cause something to Suse already installed?
If so, SUSE wouldn't boot anymore. This can be caused by Windows overwriting the Linux bootloader. But modifications other than that are not possible, since Windows cannot read or write Linux filesystems. So if it boots, nothing has changed.
Please post /etc/fstab and the output of the command fdisk -l (you need to be root). This will help to find a reason why your Windows partitions are not accessible anymore.