Hey, I have a serious problem while trying to startup a computer running Windows Vista. The reason is I was re-adjusting the Partition accurately, the total is 682 GB (except EISA Configuration partition). I normally cannot Shrink the Volume any further past -64 GB using Microsoft's Disk Management, so I used MiniTool Partition Wizard to Shrink -121 GB off C:\ drive to have E:\, then it Rebooted to do the rest. As soon I got to the Desktop after Startup, I opened up MiniTool Partition Wizard again to check. I went to Disk Management to create a Simple Volume like normal. I realised that the several .exe apps are crashing as it is inaccessible even I'm currently on C:\. I decided to use MiniTool Partition Wizard to Extend C:\ drive again with an Unallocated partition on E:\ shown on the menu then it had to Reboot, but I forgot that I already created a Simple Volume with Disk Management earlier! MiniTool Partition Wizard got confused about already created Simple Volume while Extending with the "Unallocated" partition. And boom, I am stuck on Startup Repair. It fails to automatically fix. My dad had to reset the computer to Factory Settings and lost all the stuffs. I really want the Files and stuffs back... I have TestDisk / Dos/Win9x and Rufus, but I'm not sure if will do correctly. How can I Recover the Files without having to replace with the whole previous Partition state over with TestDisk? Because Windows Vista has already setup. Edit: Nevermind! The personal Files such as my mum's Photos and dad's Movies are still there after Reinstall Windows!!!!! I just checked those in "Backup" Folder under ACER (C:\)!!