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To my help I used PartitionMagic 8 (PM) under Windows (define the changes in Windows and then reboot to make them). It did delete the DOS-partition and the both Linux-partitions but when it was going to move the XP-partition something went corrupt and the whole partition went useless and I only read it as RAW. I reinstalled Linux on the free space I had hoping to fix it (as I've done before) but nope.
I've gotten a CD with PEbuilder (which boot winxp from a CD) and was thinking about doing the whole xp-partition to a ghost-image but Ghost on the CD wouldn't work at all (possible because it couldn't decide which filesystem the C:\ drive had).
What I need now is help with some program for either Windows or Linux which can read RAW-Partitions. I don't want to format the harddrive before I've gotten some really important files that I stored on it.
If someone know how to help me with dd please write me a msg on ICQ. I'm online most of the day.