Re: HOWTO: Grub Menu Kernel Display Options
To get windows to recognize your Linux partitions, you need to install a driver, depending on what file system you used EXT2, EXT3 or EXT4. Take a look at
Originally Posted by Paddy Landau
this file only works with EXT2. I'm not sure if their has been updates to the file for EXT3, or EXT4. I remember a file like this that allowed reading/writing EXT3 don't remember the name tho.
Side note, doing this can cause problems, if you reboot windows because of what ever reason(BSOD). It will not safely unmount those partitions we all know what that means. It will cause increased fragmentation, at least this is what I experienced while using this method.
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