Quote Originally Posted by TechnoMage View Post
Does Windows Explorer even SEE that drive?

Personally I keep my extra drives formatted FAT-32, so I can access them and the files I store on them, even from a DOS boot disk. (not so, with NTFS) For instance, most USB Drives come already formatted FAT-32.

I just thought I would through my 2 cents out here...you can boot from a floppy and access a NTFS drive using NTFS for DOS. It's not pretty but it does work. Here is a link:

Free NTFS Bootdisk, NTFS4DOS, NTFS Boot CD