NTFS data recovery

Trying to find a Linux solution for NTFS data recovery
Currently use DOS network boot disks to rescue FAT data. Would like to bring Linux into the picture to save NTFS data. Ideally would like to be able to rescue through a network boot disk, but other methods for getting data onto another drive would be fine. If anyone has any suggestions! thanks

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Re:NTFS data recovery

try the Linuxcare bootable tool box. just boot from the CD and it will set up a dhcp connection. has lots of good tools built in. I put a seperate post up about it.

Re:NTFS data recovery

I had a 2k box that I hadn't used in awhile and when I turned it back on after several months, 2000 kept crashing saying something about the filesystem, bluescreened and rebooted. I put the HD from that machine into a Linux box with a 2.4 kernel and had full read access to the NTFS partitions and was able to save the data that 2000 itself couldn't access.

Re:NTFS data recovery

[url]http://trinux.sourceforge.net/[/url] Might work for you, not sure.