I've just lost a partition in the middle of a hardware upgrade. I have an image file from before the upgrade, but hadn't finished the upgrade and therefore hadn't re-imaged. The drive partition geometry has not changed, so the older partition image's layout should be a correct version of the one that was destroyed. I believe it's just the basic partition table that was corrupted. So the question: Is there any way to do a restore of the old partition(s) to another drive to get the partitioning info. Then rewrite that partition data to the original drive to see if it can be resurrected. The rest of the files and file system may be intact. There must be a specific procedure for copying and rewriting partition tables via disk files, right?