Posted 28 January 2007 - 01:57 AM
The Norton problem is symptomatic of a virus infection (although it could be that Norton is just acting up).
If you slave the hard drive, be sure that the host computer has good, updated anti-virus protection on it.
You can also try a Live Linux distribution, a BartPE boot disk, the UBCD, or a DOS boot disk with CD support and an NTFS reader.
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