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Old May 16th, 2005, 11:53 PM
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help!! how to copy and browse linux file from window

hi there....

can anybody help me


i currently cannot boot to linux
but there is some files in linux partition
so can i actually boot in windows and copy or browse from linux os
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how can i browse and copy linux files in windows os is there any software???

because i can't boot to linux, but there is another boot to windows

but i need to copy some document in linux and then format the linux

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Try to figure out why your Linux box is not booting. If you have a dual boot configuration(Linux+Windows) You may be able to retrieve the files. You cannot just browse your Linux files on a Microsoft box. Microsoft is not in partnership with Linux. They did not think of letting you browse your linux files. Windows will not read the partition that is marked by Linux. There is hope. There is are programs that will let you pull any files off of your hard drive if most of the of the data is there. The only set back is you might have to buy the program. There are also services that will do this, but they all cost money. So I recomend figuring out why it will not booting before doing anything else unless you have a dual boot system. Email me with any questions at Tadashi@repairman.com
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