Hi. I've recently got a new alu MacBook, and was setting up Time Machine on a 500 gb external hard drive that had about 60 gb of data from my old PC. I thought I'd selected for Time Machine to create a partition in the 400 gb of empty space on the drive for backups. Turns out I was wrong, and it's reformatted the whole drive. Is there an easy way to get this PC data back (standard documents, MP3s etc)? I didn't let Time Machine start backing up my Mac data once I'd realised what it had done, so the data should still be there, minus the index on the drive which showed where everything was. The alternative is that I go back to my creaking Windows PC and copy the data off it -- this would probably take 2-3 hours (it's in boxes at the moment), so if there's a quicker way I'd appreciate it. If not, is there something obvious I missed to get Time Machine to play nicely with my data and drive next time? Thanks.