|With a free Linux "Live CD" produced on another machine you could run Linux and copy your files onto a flash drive or whatever. I've used Puppy Linux to do this many times - just drag and drop between screens. All single click working.|
You have to use your image burn facility (usually ISO) to create the CD. If that feature is not available "CD BurnerXP" (freebie) will do it. On the dud machine you will probably have to go into BIOS to make the CD first in the boot sequence.
[If you are not already aware, these CD's don't use Windows at all - they run straight from the CD. Windows will return to exactly how it was, when you close down and remove the CD]
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