#76 Drives not usable after reboot into Linux

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nobody
Ext2fsd (105)
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2008-06-22
2008-06-22
Anonymous
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The driver worked great when I first set it up. The hardrives were mounted to the letter they were designated to, and Windows had full read/write capabilities on the ext3 partitions.

I rebooted into Linux to check the files that were written by Windows - they were fine, but when I rebooted back into Windows, the ext3 drives were 'not readable'. Double clicking on the drive gave the message:

Disk is not formatted:

The disk in drive M is not formatted.
Do you want to format it now?

I tried unmounting the drives and then remounting them with the program, but I still was getting the same message.

I wish I could provide you with a log file or something to give you a more detailed description of what is going on.

Here is what my system is like:
32 Bit Windows XP
32 Bit Ubuntu Linux 2.6

Mounting three drives:
20 GB ext3 /home
75 GB ext3 /media/Music
120 GB ext3 /media/Share

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