Data recovery, an ext2/3 advantage? (was: laptop-mode disabled in kernel?)
o.sinclair at gmail.com
Wed Jul 12 12:08:55 UTC 2006
Well as for data recovery tools I don't know. As for *nix filesystems from
XP all I know is ext2/3 using the EXT2IFS driver found at
On 12/07/06, Marcus <lists at wordit.com> wrote:
> Wednesday, July 12, 2006, 10:13:07 AM, you wrote:
> O.> EXT2 partition for combined /home and My Documents
> I discovered a possible advantage to ext2 (ext3?), not only on laptops.
> There is a free data recovery tool called R-Linux. The 1.0 Linux version
> is free, whereas the Windows version costs money.
> Are there (cost) free tools to recover Reiserfs?
> "Testdisk" is a good recovery tool, but I cannot remember which FS it
> You can read ext2/3 from Windows. Are there drivers for other FS?
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