I used to have 3 primary partitions on my drive, and windows was installed on one of them. The other two are for recovery and for personal files. Just yesterday, I resized the personal files partiton, and created two logical partitions on the free space. In one of the logical partitions I installed windows 7.
As soon as I boot up windows for the first time, it asks to do a disk check on that primary personal files partition. I skiped it cause I was in a hurry, and when I get into windows, I see that the partition is not mounted. All other partitions show up under My Computer with no problem, but this one doesn't. If I go to disk management, it does see the partition and claims its healthy.
So I reboot. Windows asks to do the disk check again, and I let him this time. It performs the check and finds no errors. When I get in to windows again, it still doesn't see the partition.
What's going on?
It does see the other primary partition (the one where windows was originally installed). And it sees both logical partitions. But the primary partition with my personal files just isn't getting mounted. Though disk management claims it to be OK
All partitions are NTFS.