Posted 06 August 2008 - 05:11 AM
It all depends on what you're transferring (if it's infected or not) and if the uninfected drive is indeed uninfected.
Does the uninfected drive have an updated antivirus program on it?
If so, it should be a simple matter to boot to the uninfected drive, then copy the files from the infected drive and scan them with your antivirus (this is how we do backups at work).
I would copy them to CD/DVD or an external hard drive - then format both drives fully and reinstall Windows.
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