Right, here's the deal. My bro's computer needed to be formated. I did that. It suddenly switched the C and D partition letters around (C is now storage, D system). He doesn't want that. So I have to format again. I have stuff on it which I wan't.
He has a SATA HDD wich i can't use on my motherboard. I don't have an external harddrive. His computer has LOADS of virus and spyware (lovasan for example). I tried to remove lovasan with three different tools without success. He can't see my computer in the network. I then inserted my harddrive into his computer (with the correct jumper settings), which made windows unbootable. I inserted the XP disk only to find that my brothers storage partition (c) had been cut in half (75 GB instead of 150 GB), which meant I lost all the stuff I wanted on it.
I now need to use Ghost or something to rescue the data...but I need a computer with ghost installed and a motherboard that supports SATA HDD's to do so... ARGH!