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Hard drive crisis? Or maybe not? Need help recovering

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I was doing my normal business on my computer when suddenly it locked up. I rebooted and saw my first raid device had not shown up. After panicing, I reboot and eventually it showed up again, however windows then said device was inaccessible. I launched the repair disk, and it can't find the windows partition. Using diskpart, I can see my partition although it has 0 bytes of space left which I think is causing the problem. Is there any way I can access the filesystem on my partition and delete some files, or at least backup my important files using the command promo on the windows 7 repair disk? If possible please provide some commands I could use for that. If not, any suggestions on repairing my disk/partition?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
2600k Gigabyte GTX 480 8GB OCZ gold 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Seagate 1.5TB, 2 40GB OCZ Solid State Samsung BD Drive Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Philips 21.5", Acer 23" 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Razer Lycosa CORSAIR 850TX 850W Cooler Master HAF X Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX 
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post #2 of 3
stop now and turn it off.
post #3 of 3
anything you do will only make it harder to get your data back.
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