I was going to install the latest 'current' version of Slackware and I did a lot of repartitioning with Partition Magic, to create seperate /var /usr /tmp etc. I made a backup of all the important files to the first (win98) partition but when working with PM I couldn't resist it to enlange the win98 partition. Then I installed Slackware on a single partition and using LILO I wanted to make the system bootable again. Here I messed up. Completely. I installed LILO both in the MBR as well as in the boot-sector of the first partition, and this partition is now unreachable. The boot-sector is messed up and the root-directory is unreadable. Unfortunately it's formated with FAT 32 otherwise I could use norton's good old DiskEdit to recover the system by hand, or at least save my files. Of course it's unforgivable not to back-up on a set of floppies before, but now I need your help
My question is: does anybody know a good diskeditor (or a very good disk-repair program for FAT32, I know in these cases scandisk will make an even bigger mess) so at least I can read this partition, and make a real backup of my files.