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Backup any data you have on your "D:" partition, then use Partition Magic to delete D: and extend drive C: (in other words, change the drive configuration to how it was originally).
Then try the recovery process.
I'd go ahead & make the recovery disks (if the system will let you) - they're always handy to have if the hard drive or recovery partition fails!