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1. Stick the CD in the Cdrom
2. Boot up the computer
3. mount the hard drive
4. access the files
Is this a Linux hard drive? are you familiar with Linux at all? I'm not trying to be insulting, I just don't really know what all your asking. If this is a Linux hard drive, and you don't know how to use Linux, then why are you trying to access someone elses files?
If however, you are just trying to use Linux to restore your own hard drive from another OS, and you are not familiar with Linux, let me know and I'll give you the quick and dirty on how to mount a hard drive in Linux.