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Bootable CD with NTFS read/write access

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I am trying to make a Bootable CD with NTFS read/write access. I have tried to use NTFSreader, and it does not work too well. I can recover files and everything, but it does not support long file names, which is quite annoying. It also took the particular machine I worked on 9 hours to recover 6 GB of files. :D That is way too long. It would also be help the bootdisk would boot like WinXP in Dos environment, which would allow me to put some program like chkdsk on the CD to check against the harddrive. If anyone has seen any packages that works well, please let me know. Thanks. <_<
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