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I had a hard drive whose partition table got corrupted. It is no longer recognized in Windows (2000) as a valid drive (Do you wish to format, etc). I CAN, however, boot with a Win 98 diskette and DOS sees the hard drive. I want to copy selected files to another win 2000 hard drive but because of the win 98 boot, the file names are truncated to the 8 character limit. Can I boot up with something else to see the long file names and preserve them when copying. I have Ghost and XXCOPY. Win 2000 boot floppies?

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Ken
 
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