Re: Accessing NTFS partition.
email@example.com (Paulo Ramos) writes:
> Hi people,
> Unfortunally, I have to work with Window$ NT (Not There). Four weeks ago,
> NT crash, freezing the computer (crash proof, they say), so I press the
> reset button. After that, when NT is starting up, in the blue screen
> appear a message saying that NT can't acess the disk. The hard disk as two
> partitions, 20 MB primary partition in FAT format and a 180 MB extended
> partition in NTFS. In the NTFS partition I have all my work (one year of
> work) and no backup. When this happen I contact Micro$oft support, but
> they know less then me. Since I read that debian is capable of access NTFS
> partition, can any one tell me how I can do that?
well i think i've seen a debian pkg in projekts/experimental
but haven't tried out this nor the original.
the original program is from:
Martin von Lvwis
and as sombody else said it is very alpha.
I didn't get from your message if you can boot NT and not acces the
But if you just can't boot you could try to get another HD install NT
on it and try to acces.
Philip Rangel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
20251 Hamburg Tel: 040/4808512
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