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Old 06-20-2012
Bootable thumbdrive

Hi all!

I trying to modify my bootable thumbdrive to be seen in window OS when i plug in. I did a FAT32 partition for it but it seem like!

"windows only recognizes the first primary partition on a removable device"

My 1st partition is my Ubuntu OS partition ext4, is there a way to go about solving this problem?
# 2  
Old 06-21-2012
I thought there was a third-party ext3 driver for windows, but perhaps not.

You could reorder the partitions so the fat32 comes first?
# 3  
Old 06-21-2012
Hi Cornona

thank for the reply, i using gparted for the partitioning, i believe i cannot reorder the partitions (maybe is i too noob). Can i do it with fdisk? i'm not good with fdisk can you guide me to it?
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Old 06-21-2012
It might be less work to just back up the files and create from scratch.
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Old 06-28-2012
Originally Posted by Corona688
I thought there was a third-party ext3 driver for windows, but perhaps not.

You could reorder the partitions so the fat32 comes first?

there is such thing, 'ext2fsd'. it can even read ext4.

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