Thank you so much! I had a WD mybookworld die on me -- RAID is pretty useless when the main board craps out :) Under Windows 7, I was able to recover everything over to my new NAS. Please send me a message -- I want to make a donation to you.
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!
Thanks a lot for this! But does it work with windows 8? I tried new free Paragon extfs driver for windows and that driver support ext2/3/4 as well as works with windows 8. Great!