I wander if using ext2fsd to backup data on ext3 partition (USB HDD) is reliable ? Do I risk data incosistency or in particular >previously, correctly written file< ?
Or is it better to switch to FAT32.
In fact I chose Ext3, because I heard that FAT32 can quite often cause problems. But I'm not sure. Maybe I should just chose ext2?
I will access this "back-up" partition from Windows and Suse Linux 10.1.
Fisrt, I don't recommend. But Ext2Fsd is really worth for a try if you don't manipulate your vital data.
I have the ext2fsd already started on my working computer, for all vital data, I also store them into another computer.
Everyone is welcome to be a volunteer to test Ext2Fsd. Thank you.
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