I'm trying to delete old system files in Windows 7, I switched into Ubuntu to delete the files there but now I can't see the files. They are on my D: drive and I can see all of the files on my C: drive, but not the D. I know that ubuntu doesn't enumerate the drives but I have located the drives in Ubuntu and am still having trouble accessing the files. I have tried using ctrl + H but the files still do not show up.
I had the opposite problem. I installed ubuntu on my C: drive and only the D: is listed. C: is missing.
My guess is that the partition where you installed ubuntu is never listed.
Take a look at the /host folder and your files may be there.
Make sure the partition is correctly mount.
Do those files and folders start with a dot ".", they are by default hidden, you'll have to use
Also, is partition D encrypted (EFS)?