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    i strongly suggest u find a technicine to help u out if u dunno what u r doing to yr drive, when the things inside yr ntfs partition are that important, dude!

    always use a separate HD to test out an operating system. this is what i always do.

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    yes, there is a company called "IBAS" which can restore data from harddisk's. but, it won't be cheap!
    www.ibas.com

    Good luck

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    digital:

    found something: ntfsfix. maybe that will work. you can get it at http://linux-ntfs.sourceforge.net .

    Good luck

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    I've used Runtime softwares "GetDataBack for NTFS" and their DriveExplorer for NTFS. It does sort of depend on being able to boot to use the software, but it wasn't my boot drive that was corrupt. And I have to say that it wasn't linux that corrupted it, but Windows 2000

    http://www.runtime.org

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