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NTFSDOS.EXE is a network file system redirector for DOS/Windows
that is able to recognize and mount NTFS drives for transparent
access. It makes NTFS drives appear indistinguishable from standard
FAT drives, providing the ability to navigate, view and execute programs
on them from DOS or from Windows, including from the Windows 3.1 File
Manager and Windows 95 Explorer.
NTPwd contains command line tools to access NTFS partition,
it'a a Dos port of the driver used by Linux. It contains too a little
utility to change NT password.
ntfs_003.zip archive contains only command line tools to acccess a NTFS partition in OS/2. A true IFS for accessing NTFS is included in
This fs is also part of Linux Kernel (2.1.x and higher).
Driver allows to mount NTFS volumes under
FreeBSD and NetBSD. We also support limited writing
ability: you can write into not comressed files without
holes, but you can't change the size of file yet. Write
support was made to swap on NTFS volume.
This is a ALPHA version of a NTFS driver for BeOS. It is not the most
polished thing in the world, but every release that author puts out is more
stable than the last. He just implemented compressed file reads, so
be careful with those.
He also finally worked with NTFS 5 volumes, and managed to root out a few
Author now works for Be Inc, so you will not see his NTFS and ext2 filesystem
support updated on the web much more. The drivers will be pulled into
future BeOS releases.
An add-on to NTFSDOS that allows one to rename existing files,
or to overwrite a file with new data. Very limited functionality.
Uses a boot floppy and a serial connection to a second NT
system to provide full access to a NTFS drives on dead NT systems. Ideal
for salvaging data or replacing drivers.
If you have a Windows NT Workstation or Server configured for fault
tolerant (FT) partitions (such as stripes with parity and volume sets), and
those partitions are inaccessible and appear in Disk Administrator as type
Unknown, you can possibly make them accessible again by using the utility
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