I have a machine running on windows NT 4.0 service pack 6a,
Its hard disk has partition c: and d:
C: is a system partition and i have some Programs installed on D: drive.
Recently I got encountered with Blue Screen Of Death with some reason and the mass storage device the SCSI Hard Disk is no longer traceable. However it still boots from it. But as soon I logon to windows it crashes out with different Stop errors the more frequent one is 0cx00000024.
The system is even not booting up from 3 bootable disk of NT. Now My problem is I have to get a file from D: partition. How can I obtain that!
I tried to repair the windowsNT through CD but hard drive is not traceable so repair operations just terminates in between.
If I will install the operating system on C: partition again would I be able to access the files in D: partition! or able to run the program installed in it.
Any help will be much appriciated. Best Regards
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