I’ve just lost over 300 mp3 files and an entire directory (including the folder) full of excel files at the same time. When I turned on my pc I got the following blue screen: “The index bitmap $130 in file 0x1d is incorrect. Correcting error in index $130 for file 29. The first index entry of length 0x10 is a leaf but it is not in the root.” This error message immediately followed with another for each of the more than 500 files that was deleted: “Index entry Smashmouth-Then the morning comes.mp3 of index $130 in file 0x1d points to unused file 0x272. Deleting index entry Smashmouth-Then the morning comes.mp3 in index $130 of file 29.” I’ve checked the HD with a recovery program (in a separate partition) and there are no files to be recovered. I just bought this 256MB Pentium 4 pc with Windows XP, partitioned the 20GB HD with PartitionMagic 7.0, and loaded Norton AntiVirus 2002 to check every file that I transferred over from my old pc. I’ve had the HD replaced once, then recovered from a corrupted registry, and now this, all in one month. These files were all in one partition and there were 2 mp3 files that were not deleted. I ran a full system scan for viruses and found nothing. Do I have a Windows XP problem or what?