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Ext2Read is an explorer like utility to explore ext2/ext3/ext4 files. It now supports Linux LVM2. It can be used to view and copy files and folders. It can recursively copy entire folders. It can also be used to view and copy disk and file system images.

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New Binaries has been released with some bug fixes. If u find any problems/bugs, pleae let me know.

Sources are now also available in github: http://github.com/mregmi/ext2read

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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Ext2read 2.2 released. Now with LVM2 and EXT4 support

we are pleased to announce a new version of our ext2read project

FEATURES:
Simple UI designed using QT4.
View/Read Ext2/ext3/ext4 partitions.
Linux LVM2 Support.
Ext4 Large File support (untested).
Recursively Copy the entire folder or even /
Support for external USB disks.
Support for disk and filesystem  images. For eg. Wubi users can just
open their root.disk file through this program.
LRU based Block cache for faster access.
Unicode support.

 If you find any bugs, have any questions or comments. Please let us know.

The executables and sources can be downloaded from http://ext2read.sf.net

If any of you are interested in joing this project, you can join the
mailing list and discuss. Join from here
https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/ext2read-devel

Enjoy reading your files.

NOTE: This program must be run as Administrator. right click the file
and select run as Administrator.
This is not a transparent file system driver jusr a user space tool.
The LVM2 metadata can be complex because of the wide variety of configuration posibilities. All configurations has not been tested. If Lvm2 does not work in your system, please file a bug with your LVM2 metadata.

68 comments:

  1. thank you for this release. this worked for me and recognized all my ext4 partitions.
    Just 2 suggestions for the next release:
    1) enable drag and drop copying
    2) change the icon of the program or improve its quality
    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tux.svg

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  2. Thank you ver much for the input. I will try to implement them when i am free.

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  3. Wow, finaly ext4 explorer for Windows. It's possible just mount ext4 partition and assign it with drive letter?

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  4. sorry no. Its not a file system driver it cant do that. there is ext2ifs and ext2fsd but they did not support LVM and EXT4 last time i checked.
    But i am planning on using CIFS bridge so that files can be accessed transparently but i am not sure if i have time for that.

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  5. Hello, I have tried your program on my xp sp3 (italian), it works very well! Finally I can see my Ubuntu 10.04 disk !

    I use it in a limited user accout (I launch it using "Run as..." administator); but on exit it gives me an error every time (application crash).

    Later I'll post you the log.

    Thank you.

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  6. Thanks for the input. I will look into the problem. can you tell me what error you get or create a bug report here http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=96464&atid=614865

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  7. Hello, I have created the bug report

    But I think I've "discovered" what is causing the problem.
    If I close with "File... Exit", ok crash.
    If I close with the "Close" button, no crash.
    I think this could help you.

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  8. Thanks your project
    to put more 2 buttons "Back and next" would not be a bad idea.

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  9. I am looking into the problem.
    and i am also looking into adding some new features like the back and next buttons as you mentioned.

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  10. thx a lot man:)

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  11. Thanks for ext4 on windows)

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  12. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to do anything. Just shows empty panes. I hit "rescan system" and that doesn't seem to do anything either.

    I'm trying to access an LVM partition on an external drive. Running Windows 7 64-bit.

    If I run System Information, Windows shows it can see the disk. Also I can "mount" it via ext2fsd but that can't read LVM.

    I would feel more comfortable if it gave me a choice of drives. I have no confidence that it's actually doing anything.

    Thanks,
    Lyle

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  13. hello Lyle. Are you running it as administrator?
    can you show me your log file. it is created in same directory where the application is.

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  14. Many thanks for this program! The ability to use it as a driver would be even better, of course :)

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  15. love it...just what i needed....works great...thankyou thanyou

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  16. I can confirm the problem Lyle reported. I run here a uptodate Windows 7 64-bit with ext2explore-2.2.70-bin.zip. When I start ext2explore (with or without administrativ rights) the program can't find my ext4 formated usb stick. The log says...

    No of disks 0
    No of disks 0
    No of disks 0
    No of disks 0
    No of disks 0

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  17. Good soft ! Good Job !

    I use it on a Win 7 32 bit and explore files on a Fedora 13 (lvm2 / ext4).

    Can you add a warning if it sees no disk to try to run it as an Administrator ?

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  18. thanks for the support guys. I have changed some codes and it will now dispaly a messagebox if 0 disks detected (usually not running as administrator). Also it will print error code on why it failed. can someone (for those having win7 problems) test it and tell me the error code. I have also made the file/folder names sorted.
    the executable for testing is ext2explore-debug.zip
    Thanks

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  19. ext2explore-debug seems to work fine for me (Windows 7 32-bit). I'm waiting for the driver, but till then the first feature I think you should implement is the ability to « open » files, by saving them in a temporary folder and then opening them with the default program in Windows. (Correct me if I'm wrong, but right now if I want to listen to music that is on my ext4 partition, I have to save the files on the windows partition and then open them.)
    Anyway, big thanks for this! :)

    NB: even read-only support for the future driver is fine for me :)

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  20. Thanks a lot for the EXT4 support. I'm able to access my Linux drive, still when I tried to copy a very big file Ext2explore stopped the copying somewhere at 3% without giving any error message.

    The log only contains this:

    No of disks 1
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID DE size 273042
    index 1 ID 7 size 4194304
    index 2 ID 7 size 204802032
    index 3 ID 5 size 279113310
    index 4 ID 83 size 267691032
    Block size 4096, inp 8192, inodesize 256
    index 5 ID 82 size 11422152
    Inode 305900 with file size 0
    Inode 262481 with file size 0

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  21. I've tried using the debug version and when it failed I could open it up in Visual Studio. The error I got was:

    Unhandled exception at 0x00a499ca in ext2explore.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x01e60000.

    The disassembly of the instruction causing the trouble (00A499CA) looks like this:

    00A499C1 lea ecx,[eax*4+10h]
    00A499C8 mov edi,ebx
    00A499CA rep movs byte ptr es:[edi],byte ptr [esi]
    00A499CC mov eax,dword ptr [edx]
    00A499CE mov ecx,dword ptr [eax+8]

    I wonder whether there is a good way to map this back to the original source-code ... :)

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  22. Tried to investigate this further, but Visual Studio complains that "No symbols are loaded for any stack frame. The source code cannot be displayed."

    Unfortunately I don't have Qt installed to recompile everything from sources.

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  23. hey catalin, in order to debug you will need debug build which is like 150MB. but you can compile it using qt. QT open source version is freely available.
    I am looking into the problem and try to fix it.

    @Niavlys. Lets see what i can do. I am willing to write an IFS driver but i am very new to Windows Kernel Programming. In the other hand porting FUSE is also another option.

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  24. Congratulations great job !!!

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  25. Hey guys, I would like to ask about files larger than 1.35 gigs. It seems that copying to the windows partition from an ext4 partition works but in my case in a 2gigs file only the first 1.35 gigs are copied...

    Is it normal? Do I have to do something in order for it to work better?
    thanks!

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  26. anilikos, i have tested the application for upto 5 gigs also checked the MD5 sums. it was ok. So it is supposed to work but there might be some bugs. Does it happen to all large files? try that with another file with similar size.
    thanks

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  27. How foolish of me reporting before even trying another file!
    You were right!
    Thanks!!!!!!

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  28. Thank you for sharing! It isn't very polished but it does what it is supposed to do, it's free and it's based on the excellent Qt toolkit so it looks great too.
    Since there isn't a filesystem driver this is the next best thing and you have my thanks for sharing.

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  29. I just tryed it on a computer that has both normal and LVM2 partitions and only the normal partitions is showed, can it be because I used a full drive for LVM? Part of the log looks like this:
    ...
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    Partition Table Error on \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    Invalid End of sector markerScanning of \\.\PhysicalDrive1 failed: Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    Partition Table Error on \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    Invalid End of sector markerScanning of \\.\PhysicalDrive2 failed: Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive3. Error Code 2
    No of disks 3
    ...

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  30. thanks for pointing it out. the code doesn't work for full disk lvm. i will fix it sometime soon.

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  31. Your program is perfect.
    It works well.
    Thank you.
    The only strange thing is there is no way to enter to folder (directory) using keyboard.

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  32. Okie ... I tried to get the latest release (2.2.71) and ran the prog... but it just detected no disk.

    here is the log...
    -----------------
    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive0. Error Code 5
    No of disks 0
    -----------------

    Not sure what is going on.

    Thanks

    PS : Win 7 - 64 bit /// Linux partition is EXT4 (2 of them)

    Thanks

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  33. Are you sure you are running it as administrator. error code 5 means access denied. right click on executable and select run as administrator.

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  34. Hi Manesh, thanks for the utility. However, I have an external USB hard drive formatted with ext4, and nothing shows up in the panes. The ext2explorelog.log file contains this:

    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive3. Error Code 2
    No of disks 3
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID DE size 176652
    index 1 ID 7 size 312319665
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    index 0 ID 7 size 1953520002
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    index 0 ID C size 976768002

    I'm guessing PhysicalDrive3 is the drive I'm interested in. What does error code 2 mean?

    Thanks,
    Mason

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  35. Manish, I just wanted to say "thank you" for your efforts in updating Ext2read for EXT4 with extents. Much appreciated.

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  36. I can't access my EXT4 ether from Win7x64.

    Error Log:

    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive3. Error Code 2
    No of disks 3
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 204800
    index 1 ID 7 size 156092416
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    Partition Table Error on \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    Invalid End of sector markerScanning of \\.\PhysicalDrive1 failed: Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    index 0 ID 7 size 976769024
    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive3. Error Code 2
    No of disks 3
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 204800
    index 1 ID 7 size 156092416
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    Partition Table Error on \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    Invalid End of sector markerScanning of \\.\PhysicalDrive1 failed: Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    index 0 ID 7 size 976769024

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  37. I also had a problem accessing an external drive. It is formatted ext2 so I'm not sure what the problem is. I also get "error code 2".

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  38. Installed on windows 7 64bit, ran as admin but it is not seeing my 2TB USB disk formatted as ext4.

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  39. error code 2, I forgot to mention

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  40. Hi there. Program works great on Windows 7 x64, except that it can't access the ONE folder in my Ubuntu 10.10 install that I want to access. It's the folder where all my torrents download to, so it's huge (about 160 gigs). I'm not sure if that's the problem. I can explore every other folder I've tried, but when I double click this particular folder, nothing happens. No files show up and no expansion arrow appears next to the folder name. :(

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  41. Thank you for the great tool. However, accessing LVM2 volume formatted with ext3 doesn't work correctly:

    Volgroup found seq 3, extent_size 6553
    Volgroup added
    Physical Volume found. start 384, count 1276, size 83666520
    Logical Volume found. Name VolGroup00_LogVol00, segments 1
    Segment found. start 0, count 1148
    Logical Volume found. Name VolGroup00_LogVol00_

    LogVol0, segments 1
    Segment found. start 0, count 128
    Block size 4096, inp 32768, inodesize 128
    Bad Super Block. The drive is not ext2 formatted.
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Inode 98305 with file size 0
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Inode 98306 with file size 0
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Inode 9011206 with file size 0
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Error in LVM Mapping
    Invalid magic in Extent Header: C683

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  42. 28-12-2010

    Great apps. I can "see" all my ext4 partitions, directories and files. I open as administrator, but cannot do anything with them. Only the "save" and "properties" functions appear to be active. Cannot copy, save, or open the files. I enclose the log report. Thanks
    gobel@fastmail.fm
    log:
    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive2. Error Code 2
    No of disks 2
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 204800
    index 1 ID 7 size 58593750
    index 2 ID 5 size 917968898
    index 4 ID 82 size 15624192
    index 5 ID 83 size 39059456
    Block size 4096, inp 8192, inodesize 256
    index 6 ID 83 size 863281152
    Block size 4096, inp 8192, inodesize 256
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    index 0 ID B size 15556608
    Inode 9699435 with file size 0
    Inode 9699360 with file size 0

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  43. Hi.
    Application works great on my 1.5TB drive formatted to ext3 with WinXP. I have to questions:
    1.
    I downloaded version 2.2.71 but when I go to "About", it still shows 2.1. Is there wrong file linked?
    2. Is there any way to select more files to copy?
    thanks. Andrew

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  44. Tried to use you program, I can see my 37.5GB ext4-lvm2 partition, but big files (more than 100MB) saved as 472K files only. there is an issue with saved files filenames, as well as with saving folders. If you would like a detailed report, please contact me elitevet @ gmail . com.

    I am using Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

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  45. Hi..
    I am not able to see my ext4 partitions from windows...
    It recognises the disks but is not able to open it..
    log says..
    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive3. Error Code 2
    No of disks 3
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 28724157
    index 1 ID 7 size 251772912
    index 2 ID 7 size 281724912
    index 3 ID 5 size 62918658
    index 4 ID 83 size 54913024
    Block size 4096, inp 8176, inodesize 256
    index 5 ID 82 size 8003584
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    Scanning of \\.\PhysicalDrive1 failed: Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    Scanning of \\.\PhysicalDrive2 failed:

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  46. Is there any hard drive format (NTFS, EXT2, etc) that can be read/written on by both Linux and Windows OS's?

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  47. i get error even if I run as admin..

    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive0. Error Code 20
    No of disks 0
    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive0. Error Code 20
    No of disks 0
    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive0. Error Code 20
    No of disks 0
    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive0. Error Code 20
    No of disks 0

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  48. Hello!

    Thanks for this program!

    I am running Windows 7, and when I try to copy a large file (I've tried different sizes - starting with 500MB all the way to 6000MB) from an Ubuntu 10.10 ext4 partition, it copies just the first part of the file (that differs between files, too; I haven't been able to link copied file sizes and real file sizes).

    This is the ext2explorelog.log

    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive3. Error Code 2
    No of disks 3
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 1C size 40965687
    index 1 ID 7 size 209715200
    index 2 ID 7 size 726089728
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    index 0 ID 7 size 204800
    index 1 ID 7 size 766849024
    index 2 ID 82 size 16001024
    index 3 ID 5 size 193712130
    index 4 ID 83 size 193712128
    Block size 4096, inp 8192, inodesize 256
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    index 0 ID 7 size -387944448
    Inode 131201 with file size 0
    Inode 131283 with file size 0
    Inode 142823 with file size 0
    Inode 133059 with file size 0

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  49. Hell Yeah!!! Really appresiate the hard work, especially for ext4!!!! G-d bless you!!!

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  50. :( Doesn't work here (XP Sp3 trying to read an EXT4 Disk from Ubuntu 11.04). Here are the logs (the PhysicalDrive2 is recognized by XP). What the Error 2 means ? :

    ----------
    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive2. Error Code 2
    No of disks 2
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 1953503937
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    index 0 ID EE size -387938129
    ----------

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  51. Copy PASTE AND OTHER options are disabled.
    I need to edit a file as i cant login to linux.

    I can only SAVE the file but cant COPY or PASTE..

    Why so ?

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  52. Ext2Fsd 0.51 worked for me , Thanks anyways

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  53. Every time I save a file sucessfully, the program crashes with no aparent reason, can you help me?

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  54. Trying to verify data on disk written as RAID 1,Mirror drive of Thecus NAS 4-bay box. Made the adjustments (run as Admin, WinXP compatabilty mode).

    Doesn't recognize my EXT4 drive, 3TB on my system.

    Win7 x64, ASUS motherboard P7P55D, eSATA & USB ports of BlaX docking station.

    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive4. Error Code 2
    No of disks 4
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 293046705
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    index 0 ID 7 size 398283417
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    index 0 ID EE size -1
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive3
    index 0 ID 7 size 976768002

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  55. Thanks, this program works a lot better than DiskInternals Linux Reader which keept crashing (windows 7 x64).

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  56. Thanks for the great work. Using it on Windows XP. Does not show USB Linux drive contents. Computer hard drive Linux partions ok

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  57. I run the program as Administrator. I see empty panels. I see this in the log file:

    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive2. Error Code 2
    No of disks 2
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 204800
    index 1 ID 7 size 204595200
    index 2 ID 7 size 36093952
    index 3 ID F size 71682048
    index 4 ID 7 size 63488000
    index 5 ID 7 size 8189952
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    index 0 ID B size 7987200

    Please advice

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  58. Hello, I am getting an Error Code 2

    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive3. Error Code 2
    No of disks 3
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 321042897
    index 1 ID AF size 94381875
    index 2 ID 83 size 201322496
    Block size 4096, inp 8192, inodesize 256
    Linux Partition found on disk 0 partition 2
    index 3 ID 83 size 8388608
    Bad Super Block. The drive is not ext2 formatted.
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    index 0 ID 7 size 976768002
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    index 0 ID 7 size 1953456128

    Its an ext4 LVM partition

    Please advice.. (Running under Windows XP SP3)

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  59. Thanks it is great

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  61. Do somebody tried on windows 8? On my side seems to not work, logs are below. One of my drives was truecrypt volume (saved on a file) with ext4 filesystem. Ext2explore (from disinternals) were able to read it.

    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive3. Error Code 2
    No of disks 3
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 716800
    index 1 ID 7 size 208998400
    index 2 ID 83 size 716800
    Bad Super Block. The drive is not ext2 formatted.
    index 3 ID 5 size 1743091120
    index 4 ID 82 size 16777216
    index 5 ID 7 size 1600480688
    index 6 ID 7 size 125829120
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    index 0 ID 7 size 432871117
    index 1 ID 16 size 1953460034
    index 2 ID 6F size 0
    index 3 ID 0 size 924335794
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    Scanning of \\.\PhysicalDrive2 failed: Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive3. Error Code 2
    No of disks 3
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 716800
    index 1 ID 7 size 208998400
    index 2 ID 83 size 716800
    Bad Super Block. The drive is not ext2 formatted.
    index 3 ID 5 size 1743091120
    index 4 ID 82 size 16777216
    index 5 ID 7 size 1600480688
    index 6 ID 7 size 125829120
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    index 0 ID 7 size 432871117
    index 1 ID 16 size 1953460034
    index 2 ID 6F size 0
    index 3 ID 0 size 924335794
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    Scanning of \\.\PhysicalDrive2 failed:

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  62. Does not work on Win 7 64bit for LVM2 comprising a complete partition. LVM-Volumes are not shown.

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    1. Forgot to mention that the last entry of the log says:

      Cannot parse LVM metadata
      Inode 53 with filesize 0

      Before this statement all LVM-partitions are listed correctly ....

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  63. One more great free way to get full read/write access to extfs partition on windows – paragon extfs driver for windows. Works stable with ext2/3/4 on windows (8 as well). Powerful, stable and easy for me. I would recommend. http://www.paragon-software.com/home/extfs-windows/

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  64. Hye guys, i just ran the application as administrator and it shows nothing.The log file says :
    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive1. Error Code 2
    No of disks 1
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 27 size 27262976
    index 1 ID 7 size 204800
    index 2 ID 7 size 178309120
    index 3 ID F size 1044482048
    index 4 ID 7 size 430080000
    index 5 ID 7 size 409597952
    index 6 ID 7 size 204797952

    Please help me...

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  65. A bit old thread but let's keep it alive
    I've got 2 ext4 partition, none are showing up, using wun7sp1 with UAC disabled, this is my log
    Error Opening \\.\PhysicalDrive3. Error Code 2
    No of disks 3
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive0
    index 0 ID 7 size 156296322
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive1
    index 0 ID 7 size 20477952
    index 1 ID F size 59793930
    index 4 ID 5 size 30732283
    Scanning \\.\PhysicalDrive2
    index 0 ID 7 size 738508800
    index 1 ID 7 size 204814336

    I believe \\.\PhysicalDrive3 is my DVD burner, I don't understand why I'm getting an error.

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