XFS is exotic for Windows, it came from IRIX and is standard in most flavours of Linux. I'm sure I have seen Windows software that can copy data from an XFS partition, it is just that it is not free. Using an Ubuntu 'Live USB' is easy with a Windows PC. Instructions for creating this are here
. Once you are done all you have to do is plug the USB stick into a slot on a Windows PC, switch on, press whatever function key you need to change the boot order to USB first and it will boot. You get two options, one to install Ubuntu on your hard drive, the other to boot from the USB stick to try it out. Select the try out option and it will load a basic version of Ubuntu. Then you can mount the unencrypted partitions and copy data to the internal hard drive or an NTFS formatted USB drive (use the send to function).
If you did want to clone the drive, Acronis True Image for Windows, for example, will probably do the trick. It will do a sector by sector copy so it should be able to copy the encrypted partitions too, but this will be quite slow. I haven't tried it myself though with an encrypted partition. You can take a drive from a DTR-T1000 and use it in another unit. If it does not boot properly you can always do a maintenance mode factory reset and opt to keep the recordings. High def. recordings won't play, but the standard def. stuff will be fine.
Edit. I was a bit hasty by suggesting that Acronis will copy the encrypted partitions, it might not. It can be done though with Ubuntu: see here
, but it looks like a faff.