The simplist thing has baffeled me. I thought copy was a good tool that copied almost anything - but no. I have to copy the contents of a corrupt NTFS drive (mounted using NTFSDOS) to a fat32 drive using a windows 95 OSR2 boot disk. I thought that'd be easy but I've got to keep long file names, copy all directorys and subdirectorys including empty ones and copy all hidden and system files. The program must be able to continue if a corrupt file is found. Finally it must work in pure DOS.
I've tried all sorts of things but every utility that I've tried either doesn't work in DOS or can't copy hidden or system files.
Can anyone give me a name of a utility and a set of command line switches to do this?