No, the partition was mounted to a folder. (In this context, folder, directory, and mountpoint are synonymous) I hate to nitpick, but if you are digging into recovery, we need to be precise.
First, run "sudo fdisk -l" as I indicated previously. We need to confirm what partitions are there and--if the windows one is missing--at least get some clues where it is.
Recovery tools include "testdisk" and "photorec", but it depends on what you have.
By the way, is there important data on that partition? If not, why not simply re-install Windows?
Last edited by pixellany; 09-25-2009 at 06:30 PM.