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I noticed that in SuSe I can browse my entire harddrive and look at my Windows partition. What I'd like to know, is if I can get Windows to detect ...
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    Windows/SuSe 9.3 dualbooting partition trouble


    I noticed that in SuSe I can browse my entire harddrive and look at my Windows partition. What I'd like to know, is if I can get Windows to detect my SuSe partition, so that I can browse my SuSe partition from Windows. Yes, thats right... I even have trouble with windows...

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    There is a freeware available to enable you to read/write ext2/3 filesystem from windows ---> http://www.fs-driver.org/

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    also you may want to look into a partition formated as fat32 that can be shared by windows and suse...you can read nix partitions from windows and you can read ntfs from nix; however, with a few gigs of fat space you will be able to use both systems to write to it...
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