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What is a good boot disk to recover Windows files to an NTFS USB HDD

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I have a Windows XP based machine that has completely crashed.  I typically use Knoppix to recover files, however, I have more than 80GB to recover this time and Knoppix can't write to a NTFS USB drive (I believe).  What is another good boot disk to accomplish this.  I cannot formate the USB HDD as there are files already on it.
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