Ext2Fsd is an open source Linux ext2/ext3 file system driver for Windows systems (2K/XP/VISTA/WIN7/WIN8, X86/AMD64).

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  • ext3
  • ext4
  • htree index
  • uninit_bg
  • extents

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  • Very easy setup and works for me since years. Currently with Windows 10 and an ext2 partition on Debian. Thank you for this project!

  • Thank you for corrupting my data. You could have tested it before realising this piece of garbage.

  • This comment refers to v. 0.68 (July 2016, as of August 2017 there's a new version 0.69 but I didn't try it, I just removed 0.68 from my windows after experiencing the problem I describe) , and there is no mention of 0.69 on the project website ext2fsd dot com) *DO NOT USE THIS* if you have a recent linux distro. e.g.: Ubuntu >= 16.04 Debian >= 9.0 It will corrupt the linux partition superblock, so you'll need to fix it (e2fsck) to be able to boot it again. The reason is explained on the Askubuntu site, look for this (URLs are prohibited...): how-can-i-prevent-windows-10-from-corrupting-the-ext4-superblock-every-time

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English, Chinese (Simplified)

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows), Command-line

Programming Language

C++, C

Registered

2002-01-10