Accessing Linux partitions (ext2, ext3) by using Windows Vista

Here I’m going to teach on how you are going to access your Linux Partition (ext2 or ext3) from your Vista installation.

First thing to do is  download the FS-Driver.

When you finish downloading it, right click on it and Check the ‘Compatibility Mode For’ and choose Windows XP (service pack 2)

Right Click and check 'Compactibility Mode for' then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2)

Right Click and check 'Compactibility Mode for' then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2)

Run the installer

Run the installer

Run the installer

Allow it to run

Allow it to run

Allow it to run

Click next

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Check ‘I Agree’

Check I agree and click next

Check I agree and click next

Check ‘Enable the large file feature’

Check 'Enable the elarge file feature'

Check 'Enable the large file feature'

Choose the letter of the drive

Select letter for your drive

Select letter for your drive

Next

Next

Next

Then finish

Finish

Finish

Finally you need to restart your vista and you can view you Linux partitions in My Computer following to the drive.

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