Before I begin, I would like to say that if someone can solve my problem, I will be eternally grateful to them. I will begin by saying that I have a Lenovo 3000 N500. So, here's my story. After installing Windows 7 and modifying my BIOS, I had a dualboot with Windows Vista and Windows 7. I wanted to reset my laptop back to it's factory settings, so I attempted to use ThinkVantage Rescue and Recovery. It removed Windows 7 for me, but Windows Vista stayed in it's same state. To solve this, I updated my copy of ThinkVantage Rescue and Recovery, and after running the updated copy, sure enough it reinstalled Windows Vista. However, nothing would run. The whole installation had f**ked up. I could just about make it to my desktop. I found out that a partition I had created previously to backup my memory stick called KINGSTON had rebranded itself as the C drive. What I would call the primary drive had rebranded itself as the D drive. As I could no longer access ThinkVantage Rescue and Recovery, or install a new copy of it, I seeked out a portable partition manager. I stupidly deleted KINGSTON, and now I can't boot up my laptop. What do I do? Here are some questions that I have. - I have ordered a Lenovo 3000 N500 recovery disc from IBM. Will this be able to boot and fix the problem? It's meant to reset my laptop back to it's factory settings. - I don't own a copy of Windows Vista. If I were to burn the Windows Vista ISO onto a disc, and use my product key, would it install successfully onto what I would call my primary drive as there's no longer a C drive. - Is there anyway I can still boot somehow? - Are there any other ways that I can go about fixing the problem? I'm in a lot of trouble if I can't fix this. Please help me!