Unfortunately, you cannot easily create a "boot floppy" that will allow you to run your installation of Win2k on your HD as usual. You have a few options as I see it:
<li>Put NTFS 5.0 drivers on a bootable DOS floppy and use that in conjunction with some other means of moving your data off.
<li>Stick the drive in a computer running Win2k or some Unix...some computer with NTFS reading capability.
<li>Reinstall (as an upgrade) Win2k in the same location it was in before and hope you don't need too much out of the old registry.
There's a great site called www.bootdisk.com - they have boot disk images from lots of different MS and Linux OS's. I just checked the site and it seems to be down. Don't know if it's just temporary or what. Try them out later and see if it's back up.
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