Re: which linux is good and can mount a ntfs harddrive
Almost any version of Linux will allow you to mount an NTFS hard drive. Most of the live cds will anyway (Ubuntu, Knoppix, Mepis- to name a few). If you're looking to save some files from a drive that won't boot, or is possibly corrupt, I would recommend the live version of Knoppix. It has helped me many times.
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