Updating ubuntu from dual boot windows 7
In order to test if the write support really works, we can try to create an empty folder on a Linux partition. Just taking some time from what the developer said when i emailed him.
Right-click on an empty area on the Linux partition and select They don't work for me either. The only way to access the files is to boot into Ubuntu, copy the files to the Windows partition and restart into Windows. Next version is to support utf-8, xp x64, vista x86 and x64 as well as few little other fixes and features.
Key features: Diagnostics section of Easy BCD helps you find your Windows 7 boot problems either by recreating missing/deleted boot files or by resetting BCD storage.
It can also check your boot drive for corruption, and copy debug info to clipboard.
All in all it makes have to name all my docs with standard A-Z latin characters, which blows if you're not in an English speaking country!
The binaries are no longer available for download, but if you have an Oracle account, you can still download it after logging in.
This tutorial shows three ways how you can access your Linux partitions (with ext2 or ext3 filesystem) from within Windows: Explore2fs, Disk Internals Linux Reader, and the Ext2 Installable File System For Windows. Double-click on it to start it: The Explore2fs filebrowser starts; you can now browse your Linux partitions and copy&paste files to your Windows partition: Go to and download and install the Disk Internals Linux Reader.
As playing with Windows 7 bootloader is not an easy task and also not recommended, we have a cool tool to share with you that enables you edit Windows 7 boot settings easily.I do not issue any guarantee that this will work for you! After the installation, you can find your Linux partition(s) in the normal Windows Explorer (under the drive letter that you assigned to it during the installation): You can now browse and use your Linux partition(s) like a normal Windows partition.As mentioned in the introduction of this article, the Ext2 Installable File System For Windows supports read and write operations on the Linux partitions.As this is an advanced tool, we recommend you create a system restore point before tweaking boot options.
Another cool feature is that you can even use this tool to create bootable Windows 7 or Windows 8 USB drive and add startup repair options to Windows boot menu.Many of the Windows enthusiasts have already installed Windows 7 in dual-boot with XP or Vista and some of them have even installed Windows 7, Vista, and the good old XP in triple boot.