try using dos.by mennonite (no login)
look on the right side:
NTFS Reader Bootable Floppy
How to make DOS boot disk to access NTFS partitions in Windows ?
1. Download self-extracting Bootable Floppy Disk Creator for NTFS Reader.
2. Insert floppy disk and run NtfsFloppySetup.exe
3. Follow the instructions on the screen
Reboot your computer from a new boot disk.
Select NTFS reader, use the sheel to goto windows folder... system32... config... software.log and copy to a floppy or other hard drive or fat32 partition. do you know if it will fit on a blank floppy?
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|Thanks,I'll try it.||Chandler on Jan 14|
|*i sure hope it isn't illegal :)||mennonite on Jan 14|
|Why would it be illegal?!||Chandler on Jan 14|
|there is a better one called f###microsoft.com but you know, swearing...||mennonite on Jan 14|
|*Yes,you can't judge a website by it's title!||Chandler on Jan 15|
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