Ok, here's what happened:
I put in my XP install disk and selected to repair my current windows installation. After it was done copying the files to the disk it said that it was going to reboot, and it did. But, when it rebooted, it started the Windows setup screen, the one you see when you do a fresh install of XP. So, scared that it was going to erase the partition and install a Fresh windows, I shut the computer off and removed the disk from the CD drive. Then, I turned the computer back on, and it did a loop of the Windows screen, and then a reboot for three times, but after the third reboot, the windows screen did not show and the only thing there was a blinking cursor. So, I put my XP CD back in, and was going to try the repair again, but now the partition that Windows is installed on is shoing up as "Unknown", or "Unrecognized", one of those. Now, I know it's formatted as NTFS, and still has all of my files and stuff on it, because in the Acronis TrueImage Workstation recovery partition, it's showing up as 35.8 gigs total, with 13.2 gigs free, which is what it was before this all happened.
Is there any chance of me getting it back, or will I have to reinstall a fresh copy of Windows, which is something I don't want to do.
PLEASE help me out. Thanks.