Following a crash on my main os, the one with os selector installed, I had all sorts of problems booting either of the other two O/S. When i eventually got one to work, there were several gigabytes of info from the first os that i needed to save. I managed to find the folders by going through "my computer" and C drive, which were accessible from one os to another, due to an earlier problem i had with os selector, which i posted about. The folder showed as empty, but by unprotecting the folders in o/s selector, it made the data accessible. I unplugged this hard drive and did a completely clean single install of xp to another hard drive, then plugged the other hard drive back in, and moved all the documents and folders i needed, to my new xp installation, which worked fine, however when i rebooted with the intention of wiping the other hard drive, os selector started up and interfered with my new install, and when i go into my computer C drive now,on the fresh installed new drive, allthough it shows 70gb of used space, all the documents i moved are in a folder called lostfile, which shows as only 14mb, and when i try to access any folder within that folder, allthough every main folder i copied over is there,it says access denied, please tell me how to access my info that was fine untill os selector got its claws into it? Thank you, Clayton.