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Does a ext4 reader for Windows exist?

I have a dual-boot setup: Windows Vista + Fedora Linux. Most of my stuff are in the Fedora Linux installation. I want to be able to occasionally access those files from my Windows Vista partition.

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marked as duplicate by Ivo Flipse Jan 18 '11 at 15:32

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Ext2Read works swell. It can also open & read disk images ( eg: Wubi disk images)

Ext2Read is an explorer like utility to explore ext2/ext3/ext4 files. It now supports LVM2 and EXT4 extents. It can be used to view and copy files and folders. It can recursively copy entire folders. It can also be used to view and copy disk and file

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As long as you're not using any ext4-specific extensions, you should be able to use Ext2 IFS.

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Thanks! I'll test if I can make it work on my machine. – Randell Mar 26 '10 at 19:29

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