Mount NTFS partitions using DOS device driver
MS DOS doesn’t recognize disk partitions formatted as NTFS, but one can load a device driver that enables one to access NTFS partitions from a DOS prompt.
- NTFSDOS by SysInternals.com (Download Mirror) makes it possible to mount NTFS partitions in DOS and access the files.
- NTFS Reader by Active@ is a file manager that allows one to browse NTFS partitions from DOS. It supports long filenames and NTFS compression.
- NTFS4DOS by Avira allows both read and write access to NTFS partitions. More Info Bootdisk.com
These utilities can be useful if the WinNT installation has gone fubar and you want some files recovered from the disk before reinstall using a DOS bootdisk