I created a problem on a harddrive and so I need to back up the files from it to another hard drive. This is complex so I believe this is the only answer: I need to have my Windows 2000 (SP4) operating system be able to see my NTFS system harddrives so I can copy the 200 GB worth of files to my new 500 GB harddrive that has Windows XP installed on it. But here is the catch: in order to boot up Windows 2000 I had to rename the ntfs.sys file so that it didn't add the harddrive I am getting files from (because there is something corrupted on it that prevents Windows from loading) so I am using a file restore program that isn't smart eno6ugh to see that this 500 GB hdd is NTFS. So basically, I need to be able to detect an NTFS formatted hdd from Windows 2000 (all updates) with the ntfs.sys file not named ntfs.sys when I start the computer up. So how can I fix this (I can rename the file back to what it was originally once I turn on the computer). Note: If you need to see my system specs or anything they are in my profile.