Ok folks, heres the deal. Yesterday, one of my drives (160 gig with ~ 100 gigs of data on it) decides to start acting crazy - IE "So and so directory is corrupt and not readable" "****, I guess I'll see if a reboot helps...". Oh yeah it did... It ran chkdsk which proceeded to roll out a list of "Deleting orphan file entry x" this of course prompted a response to which I'm sure you folks can envision. Anyways, the system comes back up, and I go to check and see if anything was left. Well, apparently chkdsk recovered one of my isos (it recovered the name and all that), and I'm assuming another one of my iso's because of the 1.x gig size, although it named it file0000.chk or something like that. So here I am. I know the data is there, but it's obviously not indexed. So as it is, I'm not touching this drive until I find out if I can possibly recover the data or not w/o spending the ungodly cash for data recovery. Any ideas?