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I seemed to have answered some of my own questions by opening the $MFT and $MFTMirr files. From what I have found, the NTFS_VOLUME_DATA_BUFFER structure is only useful for finding the MFTZone. The position and size of the MFT2 can be found by opening the file and getting it's retrieval pointers. Also this file seems to always be contiguous.

The MFTstart member of the struct only points to the first cluster. By opening the file I have found it to be heavily fragmented ( 11 fragments on my C volume ). As to what the validDataLength member means I have no clue.

I can only guess that the position of the MFTZone reflects where the next fragment of the MFT would be located if it were required.

Waldermort

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