I have a hard drive that has a small partition that XP sees as an EISA configuration partition. My understanding is that computer manufactures put system restore software on such partitions. The disk manager won't let me assign a drive letter, so I can't see what's on it. It's the first partiton on the disk.
Any idea how I can get to the files? (Partiton Magic sees it as an NTFS partiton.)
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