I've got a client who is running Mac OS X 10.3.4 and he just restarted his Mac, the globe for netboot came up, a flashing questionmark and then it took him straight into his user folder, as per "normal" (apart from that "trying to boot via netboot" part). The only difference was that ALL of his stuff was gone into a "robert.sparseimage" that, following an advice from Apple on how to repair them, fails with error message that the B-Tree is damaged on the image.
Does anybody know of any tools / tips / tricks out there to rescue his stuff? I'd appreciate any kind of help, including instructions for how to bin his laptop in the most nicest way to cause less damage to his physical wastebasket... :-)
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