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Access your ext2 / ext3 system files from your windows XP or Vista (In a dual boot system)

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In case you have a dual boot system, and you want to share files between both Linux and Windows, you have some different choices, one of then is to use a FAT32 partition which both windows and Linux can access, but here is another one, in which installing a Driver to the Windows (XP or Vista) you can access your ext2 or ext3 partition from the Windows, and off course you can do it also from Linux.

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