Well,i had a really shitty incident the last week. My HDD has 120 GB and it has 3 partitions, The C: one (50GB), where i have installed Windows XP, The D: one (67GB) where i store the random crap and backups and a E: partition of 3 GB where i have Linux. Last week i was playing LoL, and in the middle of the match my HDD began to do a clicking noise (2 clicks each 4 seconds) and the game closed. Upon restart, Grub loader loaded fine and showed me the Windows and Linux installations. When i booted windows, the loading screen would come up, but in the middle of it the clicking noise would return and a BSoD would force a restart.So, is pretty obvious that the drive is damaged. The weird part is, that if i try to boot Linux, it loads fine, it even works correctly, and if from Linux, i try to access the D: partition, it loads too. If i try to enter C: the drive starts clicking and Linux never finish loading it. And if i load Gparted the clicking comes back too and it never finish listing the partitions. So, pretty much i can save everything from D: , but there is any posibility to recover something off the C: partition?