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I want to get away from Windows and switch to Linux, but Linux was unable to repair corrupted NTFS partitions.

I want a LiveUSB or BootCD or Recovery Disk which is capable of repairing NTFS partitions.

Some thing with Dos or multiOS boot CD with executables like CHkdisk etc.

I want the original partitions to be fixed and not data-recovery.

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    I have not tried it myself (and cannot, as I have no NTFS partitions to try with) – but SystemRescueCd is the best known tool in this context. – Izzy Jul 18 '16 at 9:50
  • @Izzy What tool/cmd/cli-program does it use to repair NTFS partitions? – Wally Jul 18 '16 at 13:17
  • As I wrote: I don't have any NTFS partitions (I'm using Linux on all my machines, no MS stuff) – so I never checked for that. I just saw it recommended for all kind of "Windows repairs" without digging deeper. But according to NTFS hard disk repair utility in linux it should be ntfsfix (from the Linux ntfsprogs suite). – Izzy Jul 18 '16 at 13:23
  • @Izzy I need a non-Linux distro with MiniXP or DOS etc. ntfsfix is not working successfully with NTFS partitions on Linux. That is why I want a live distro. – Wally Jul 18 '16 at 14:15
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    @Izzy I thought it was more of a suggestion. Removed the tag. – Wally Jul 19 '16 at 6:34

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