Shortly after I woke up this morning, I decided to finally restart my computer. It had probably been atleast a week since I last did, and I had to since I left the popup from NAV open all night saying click OK to restart. So I did and it rebooted fine, but when I checked closer. My slave drive was some how totally erased. I found some really nice data recovery software. I HAD 2 80GB drives and the primary master only had 1.5 some GB free. It's not a good idea to try to recover to the affected drive so I had no other choice but to buy another hard drive. I checked online and circuit city had a deal for a 160GB seagate 8MB buffer for only $50 after the mail in rebate. So I went there and they were sold out. So I went up the road to CompUSA and ended up spending $174 after taxes on a 300GB Maxtor with 16MB buffer. I'm just pissed that I had to go spend that much. There is a $35 MIR on it though, so it's a good deal. And the data I need to recover is worth FAR more than that. Right now I'm about to go put in the slave and try to recover all of my stuff. I think 99% of it should be fine.
On the bright side this drive is so large that I can go and put the 2 80's in my ps2 and xbox.