I had a broken disc with a 40GB NTFS partition and was able to recover most of it. I only lost about 2.5MB at about 20 different places.
Now, when I mount it under Windows, I am not able to access "Documents and Settings" anymore. It says it is broken. Windows
chkdsk also does not help. When I mount it under Linux, it says something similar.
All other directories (including "Windows") are just fine to access. But all the important data are in the documents directory.
Now I am wondering about my options. On Linux, if something similar happens for example on a ReiserFS partition, I can do something like ReiserFS' rebuildtree option which will work in almost all cases, even if very much data is corrupted. Is something similar for NTFS possible?