Taken from a Google Groups Usenet Post.
There are 512 bytes per sector, the MBR exists on the 1st sector,
sectors 2 - 4 are 0-filled (future use?), and the first partition is
on the 5th sector. We're going to assume the 1st partition is NTFS.
From now on, the "1st sector" will be considered the "1st sector of
the NTFS partition i.e. 5th sector". Sequential sectors logically
follow in a similar manner.
First off, there are several "SYSTEM FILES" of NTFS: http://pastebin.com/QNUiNU2r
The 1st sector begins with $Boot. $Boot is 16 sectors long. The 1st
sector contains the VBR (Volume Boot Record), sectors 2 - 15 contains
the IPL (Initial Program Loader). That is to say that $Boot extends to
byte offset 8192 (0x2000, 020000).
Boot Sector: http://pastebin.com/wutMpPh3
BPB & Extended BPB: http://pastebin.com/emWWCxuV