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  • alladin-123
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    Thanks! Very good projects.

    Posted 02/12/2013
  • electricprism
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    Incorrectly recognized my EXT4 filesystems as EXT3, one of thee filesystems mounted and was available for read access. My 3rd GPT EXT4 2.5tb partition caused Windows 7 to BSOD twice, for a OS bridge this important it's remarkable that the GUI and open filesystem sucks this bad. /sigh Also - no updates in more than a year to the #1 used linux filesystem running on the #1 OS in the world? What an apocalyptic age we're coming to!

    Posted 01/11/2013
  • nazar2nirvana
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    it doesnot support write in ext4. only read is supported. when will this be available for ext4 ( the write and expand feature)???

    Posted 10/07/2012
  • hasufell
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    Installed on Windows7 x64, started, tried to mount ext3 partition, nothing happened. Forced admin-mode etc. nothing... uninstalled.

    Posted 03/11/2012
  • e-gwen
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    Well, I Tried 0.50 and 0.51 Ext2Fsd version with Windows XP SP3, but I have too many problems with them. For example, all my files created with a french accent (É for example, or ï ) can't be opened anymore on a EXT4 file external hard drive. Such a pity !!! I used Premiere Pro CS4 for making video, and both versions don't allow me to open my projects anymore. It takes a neverending time to open. It was very stressfull for me, you can trust me. So back to version 0.48, that gives me not this kind of problems. Will they soon be fixed ?

    Posted 01/04/2012
  • freeone3000
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    Slower than Ext2IFS. Uses an exceptional amount of memory (nearly a full gig) on Win7 x64 with a 1TB drive mounted RAID0. Still doesn't reliably support running .exes from a mounted drive. Also mauled perfectly valid UCS-2 filenames.

    Posted 08/18/2010