I was rearranging the partitions on my hard disk using the GParted boot CD. Then, while it was in the process of extending a particular partition (my main one, with everything I've accumulated over the years with lots of important documents, projects I've put lots of work into, etc.), some asshole accidentally turned the switch off at the wall. Needless to say I'm extremely pissed and extremely worried. But I can't cry over spilt milk - I need to recover as many files as I can off this partition somehow. Except I have no idea where to begin (I certainly don't want to mess things up more than they already are). I have the Ultimate Boot CD v3.4, but I have no idea what app could help me, if any. The partition in question was only being extended (to the "left" however) but data still had to be shifted. Last time I checked up on it, it had almost finished either shifting the data or reading the data - I can't remember which. Cutting my losses is not an option, period. Please no comments about how I should have backed things up first, etc. - that's not helpful in any way. When starting windows (why oh why couldn't it have been my system partition), it asks if I want to format it. GParted lists it as unformatted, and says something along the lines of the file system/partition table being damaged. I'd like to think I've served the members of GBAtemp well, now's your chance to help me out.