Permanent mount point is greyed out.

  • Nobody/Anonymous

    The "Permanent mount point, won't lost after booting" in the drive letter options is greyed out. Why? And how can I make it mount everytime I boot into windows?

    • Matt Wu

      Matt Wu - 2007-12-07

      Please install the latest versions: Ext2Fsd 0.35 and Ext2mgr 1.5 (DEC/2007). And select the third option of modifying registry: Ext2Mgr->Click on your ext2/ext3 volume or parition->click "Change Driver Letter"->"Add"->Select your driver letter to assign and the third option: "Defeine mountpoint in registry", then reboot your system.

    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Thanks for your reply, but where can I get Ext2mgr?
      And in change drive letter -> add, there is no Define mountpoint in registry.
      Sorry, I'm new to this stuff.

    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Ext2Mgr is included in Ext2Fsd setup package. It will be automatically installed.

      You are using the old version of Ext2Mgr and Ext2Fsd. New Ext2Mgr 1.5 couldn't work with older Ext2Fsd, old Ext2Mgr could work with latest Ext2Fsd but couldn't support new features.

      Try download and install Ext2FSd-0.35.exe:


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