Hi all, I have been using various Macs for years but I'm not terribly familiar with BootCamp. I recently installed a new hard drive on my computer and had my old drive Carbon Copied over to the Mac side along with a partition for windows. The other day while in the Mac OSX side of my computer I decided to change the name of the primary drive's name, I hated it. I also hate the "untitled" name that identifies the windows side. That's when things began to get squirrelly on my computer. Within a few minutes I noticed that my email program had stopped working and that all the emails were gone. I didn't think much of it so I restarted the computer. When the Mac partition came back up all of my applications as well as all my files were missing and it seems to have reverted to a brand new system. When I opened Thunderbird it wanted to install a new version. Then I knew something was up... I know the partition is still on my hard drive but the computer seems unable to see it or locate it. I have been told to try Disk Warrior but before I go that next step I figured there might be a simpler solution to reidentify the old partition. Anyone had this problem or have any suggestions? Thanks for reading!