Partition lost after recovery - Satellite L30

I had two partitions on my HD (Satellite L30-114).

I used the Toshiba recovery Cd to restore windows back to my laptop. The CD has not offered me a full mode or an Expert as written here http://support.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/FAQ350072001GR01.htm he has just recovered without any input on my side!

After recovery, Windows does not see my second partition. I used the disk management utility, and it is said there are 17 GB of disk unassigned space (this is my second Partition!).

Can and how can I restore it?

TX a lot!

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Hello

It seems that the L30 comes with a new version of the recovery cd.
I think that the recovery procedure is a bit different than the old with 2 different recovery modes (standard and expert)

I know a little new recovery procedure because a friend of mine bought a new Satellite with this recovery CD. He asked me for the installation of the laptop and we checked.

It seems that you must press the setting button after the language selection.
If you n t use the button setting for the configuration if the recovery procedure will be remove and erase everything on the HARD drive. I think you didn't configure the settings and therefore all the partitions have been deleted.

Unfortunately I think that there is not much to do. You the partition has been deleted and it of not possible to bring back the lost data.

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