Recovering data from NTFS hard drive with Unicode filenames
Sorry for the Linux newbie questions. I have 2 problems I need help with:
1) How do you read a NTFS partition with Unicode filenames - they're in Korean? Right now, they don't show up at all.
2) I am unable to write to my second hard drive formatted under NTFS using Captive NTFS - how exactly do I this?
My Windows XP registry has been horirbly corrupted such that I ended up buying another hard drive to copy the data off from the old hard drive onto the new one. Both hard drives are formatted under NTFS and are Serial ATA hard drives. The old hard drive is a one 76G partition while the new hard drive is 2 partitions: 20G and 130G.
Someone suggested using Knoppix and I find when I boot v3.7, I can access see both hard drives, including the data from the old hard drive. Filenames in English are visible and viewable. But filenames in Korean don't appear at all. I'm guessing the mount is wrong and I need a specific command which I can't figure out.
Anyhow for the files I can see, I have tried copying them from my old hard drive to my new one without success. I have clicked Captive NTFS from the menu and it finds the drivers, though most of them seem to be Windows XP SP1 versions. I've also unclicked the read tickbox on the that hard drive's property tab. I've even tried this under kernel 2.6 though it just crashes. Though I have noticed kernel 2.6 recognizes the hard drives as Serial ATA unlike the default.
Any help would be appreciated.