Where is Windows?
I have seen this video tutorial of how to read out an XP password..
htt p://blip. tv/file/2239210/ (look for spaces)
I use the backtrack pre 4 release per USB on my netbook (windows xp on harddrive)
the big problem is now, that i dont know where to find windows or the harddrive in general :/ all i can find is the usb stick with backtrack and some other things like photos on it...
thanks for help!
Open up a terminal and type "mount". This will give you a list of the mounted partitions. Your MSWindows partition should be in that list, it will have been mounted somewhere beneath the "/mnt" folder.
You should learn how to mount and manage your drives and partitions but there's also
Konqueror > Storage Media > then hit F5
the 'Konqueror > Storage Media > then hit F5 ' way worked... but before i had to reboot a second time, because it said windows is still in use (???) well i just logged out to the backtrack textmode, typed startx again and it worked..
i tried the way with 'mount' before.. i didnt find anything.. finally found it under /media/disk/windows
Mount only tells you about mounted filesystems, and sometimes it misses ones mounted using the GUI.
A more reliable way to determine the device names of hard drives and their associated partitions in your system is to use either of the following
Then one you know the device names you can mount the associated filesystems using the mount command so you can access them.
And I agree with #mfBaranian#, learning how to manage drives and partitions is a good idea if you want to be proficient at analysing Windows systems using a Backtrack Live CD.