"Jeff V. Merkey" wrote:
> I will provide a tool that decodes and repairs NTFS volumes to those
> folks who run into this problem, but our agreements with Microsoft do
> not allow us to distribute it for any purpose other than to assist
> Microsoft customers who have corrupted drives.
> That being said, anyone with a corrupted NTFS drive trashed by Linux is
> welcome to use this tool provided you agree not to distribute it and
> that you are only using it to restore your W2K or Windows NT 4.0 volumes
> trashed by Linux. The tool comes with no docs, and no support, and runs
> only under Windows NT/W2K.
> Email me if you want a copy if it.
It's good, but what do you do when Winblows NT 4.0 shoot itself in it's
feet and after a BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) you end up staring at the
boot screen with says something about not founding the kernel, and thus
Well after this you boot into Linux and put the NTFS driver in a
difficult situation, copy some files, look for ntoskrn.exe, find it
laught at M$, reformat the partition and try again.
I would be very happy to see this app work either in Linux either in an
DOS boot floppy, this would have avoided me a couple of reinstalls. If
the app must work under NT, and NT must run under a perfect NTFS
-- Jorge Nerin <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com>
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