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Best way to access ext partion in windows?

What is the most stable and easiest way to get readable access of linux partitions in windows? All software and drivers I´ve found seem to have been dead/inactive for at least 4 years. Native ...
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Accesing EXT3 partition form WIN XP

I have WIN XP partition on my PC. It is used from time to time, but I need access to one particular EXT3 formatted Linux filesystem in read/write mode. Sourceforge offers Ext2Fsd. Nice, but it works ...
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How to mount Ext3 on Windows Vista

I had a Ubuntu12 on my PC but due to performance issue I turned back to Windows Vista ; Unfortunately I found that my other volume of 70Gb is not mounted because it's a Ext3 type and of course windows ...
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Is there a way for cygwin to access a Linux (ext3) partition?

I'd like to be able to access a Linux partition through cygwin on Windows. My purpose is to backup data from a Linux server to my home computer running Windows 7. Right now it mostly works, except ...
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fat and ext partitions on same drive, readable by Windows

I have a flash drive with a Debian installation on it, with lots of partitions (however many it makes if you choose all separate during installation). Anyways, what I want to do is create a FAT ...
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How can I get access to EXT2, EX3 and EXT4 partitions on Windows 7?

I tried all programs recommended to mount Linux partitions like EXT2 or EXT3 or even EXT4 but no one can do well on Windows 7 32 bit. I want to access read-write, is there a program that can do this? ...
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ext2explore for windows doesn't read ext3/4 sparse files what does?

I have some sparse files that I want to read/copy to windows but I can't find a FS reader that works any suggestions? EDIT: to clarify the sparse files are living on an ext3 partition it's this ...
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Performance of file operations on thousands of files on NTFS vs HFS, ext3, others

[Crossposted from my Ask HN post. Feel free to close it if the question's too broad for superuser.] This is something I've been curious about for years, but I've never found any good discussions on ...
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How to convert ext3 to NTFS in Windows XP?

One of my partitions is ext3,I can't even see it in Windows,I want to convert it to ntfs or fat32 so I can use it. How can I convert this partition from ext3 to ntfs in Windows XP without destroying ...
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Mount an ext3 partition in Windows, inside a Dynamic Disk?

I have a disk which has two partitions, one NTFS and one ext3. I've converted it to a dynamic disk inside Windows. It still can be read fine when booted under Linux (thanks to LDM support in the Linux ...
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Can I mount a Linux-formatted VMWare disk image from Windows?

I need to update some files inside of a VMWare disk image from the Windows host machine. The virtual disks are formatted for Linux (ext3). Is it possible to mount an image so that it appears as a ...
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Mount ext3fs in Windows

I'm surprised I couldn't find this question trough the search. What's the easiest/best way to mount an ext3 formatted partition in Windows (7 RC, in this case)?