We had an outside vendor image a machining center for us, and now we need to reclaim some files from that image. The vendor used a Linux utility to convert a FAT 16 NT 4 system into a .dd file. They made 3 files. Two are of each partition, the third is an image of the entire drive. The other partition appears to be a DOS partition, but the machine boots to the NT 4 partition.
I have tried WinDD and OSFMount and OSFForensics without success, so now I need to look at finding a way to just restore the image to either an actual drive or a USB stick inside a Windows environment.
I could build a Debian kernel on an expendable Wintel box if need be. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thank you.