1) what if any is the advantage to running as a Service?
2) if there's an advantage, then what did I do wrong to lose the ability to run the Manager?
What I did:
File -> Disable Ext2Mgr Autostart (I figured this meant, for the Process)
File -> Install Ext2Mgr as a Service (assuming the Service now runs instead of Process)
Reboot. The Ext3 partitions still display and work correctly in Windows Explorer.
However, the Volume Manager has disappeared and I can't make it return.
What I tried:
Going to the Ext2 program directory and clicking directly on the executable;
Looking in my System Tray for an Icon;
Looking for an Icon in the Windows Control Panel.
I had to reinstall to make the Volume Manager reappear, and am now staying with "Running as a Process."
Please advise, many thanks.
I'm having the same problem.
I'm using Windows 7 64-bit and I've enabled the service, but now I can't run the manager anymore.
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