Now we'll talking about opening linux file system from our windows. We are not talking vice versa, because it's allready default linux can read windows partitions. If we have a dual booting computer, windows and linux both, we have a little problem to communicated between each file type.
The problem we've meet is to open linux partition from windows. As default we can't read it directly. So we need a tools or software to help us for it. There are so many software could help us, but for windows 7 only 1 software can run properly, ext2fsd. We talk about it like usual, step by step :
- Download the software first. Find the latest version (http://sourceforge.net/projects/ext2fsd/files/).
- Before run and install the software, first set the properties to make it compatible for windows vista service pack 2 and run it as administrator.
- That's the main problem solver. Now you can run the software and reboot it.