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> Ext3 problem reading from windows
docmur
post Aug 17 2006, 12:33 PM
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Okay so I installed a fresh ubuntu recently with in the month and I have my partitions layed out as so

/ ext3 7 GB
/home ext3 70 GB
/swap 2 GB

Now I also have windows to run all my games etc ....
I have all my music in /home as well as some other programs and saves etc.. backups from windows.
Now I can read my NTFS windows xp partition in linux just fine
but when I use a ext reader in windows which has worked every other time I used windows
I get an error only on /home and I can't read any files or folders I get the error

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Q:\home is not accessable

The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable
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Now I've never had this problem before and every thing in Linux works out, my FSCK passes all and well
Can anyone help me I would really like to get my programs back

Thanks

DOCMUR


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