On a laptop PC issued by Drew University, there is also an I: drive, a partition of the C: drive. If you save a file (but not a program) on these laptops, it will go to the I: drive by default. Because of this, if the C: drive becomes corrupt and must be reimaged, files saved in the I: drive can sometimes be maintained. If the hard drive itself is damaged, the files cannot always be recovered from either the C: or the I: drives. As long as you have your computer with you, the I: drive is available.