Ext2IFS Automount for Windows 7 English

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IFS Automount para Windows 7

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I present my latest creation. Many of us in the past that when moving to Windows 7 and having a Linux partition that had to be always "set" and reboot using Ext2IFS had the problem that this partition disappeared (was dismantled) and we had to manually remount us .

This program will do that every time you reboot your PC with Windows 7 tegamos not to re-mount the Linux partition manually, and does it automatically at startup.

Valid only for Windows 7.


How do I use?

Well how the software works is simple.

The first thing we have to be installed is the latest version of Ext2IFS, you can download it from here (mirror), or from the program's Help window by clicking on the appropriate link.

 

(The images are from the Spanish version)

 

Imagen de ejemplo

Remember that you must install before you can select compatibility with Windows Vista, for that pincháis into the executable, right click> properties> compatibility tab> Marçais the box "Run this program in compatibility mode for:"> Seleccionáis Windows Vista (Service Pack 2 .) You accept and I will let you install it.

If you are in if you already had installed IFS Drivers and disappeared and the unit will need to go to Start> Control Panel> IFS Drives Control Panel Item, once there you assign it back Restart Automount IFS.

During installation we assign a letter to our target partition.

 

Asignación en Panel de control

Now we set up our program, and once we will finish the Start Menu> All Programs> IFS Automount> Add or modify the partition

 

A main window is open we click on the button "Search Current Letter" and the following window will open.

Imagen de ejemplo

Now select the drop point may be assigned to the linux partition during the installation of IFS Drivers Control Panel or from outside, according to our case.

 

We deal with two windows and ready, now every time you restart Windows automatically mount the partition.

 


Instalación



Version 2.0

  • Added the ability to mount up to 6 partitions

You can download IFS Automount V.2.0 from here.

Version 1.0

  • Innitial Version

You can download IFS Automount V.1.0 from here.

Comentario

cool! awesome! exactly what i'm looking for. the issue here is that i have two linux partitions on two separated drives that i need to mount. after i installed your software it seems like it only support one partition only? how do mount 2 partitions at the same time?

 

thanks for the wonderful software!

 

cheers,

 

PA

 

PS: took me more than 10 times to submit through your hard-to-read captcha system ......

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50 años 5 meses
Sáb, 12/06/2010 - 06:27
pixelblender (no verificado)

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Hi pixelblender!

Tanks for you comment

I'm working in new version that allows more partitions to mount at once. I hope to have it in one or two days.

About the Captcha system had no choice but since I have had problems with the spambot.

Sorry :-(

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12 años 4 meses
Lun, 14/06/2010 - 10:41

En respuesta a por pixelblender (no verificado)

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Thanks, that really works. Finally able to use my ext3-drive when I am forced to boot into Windows 7. In read-only mode of course, because I don't want Windows to mess up my data-partition in any way.

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Dom, 24/10/2010 - 21:29
Rick (no verificado)

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Thanks, dude! Thats precisely what I was looking for! Can you explain to me how this is done? Thanks

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Sáb, 15/01/2011 - 02:24
Gustavo (no verificado)

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Hi Gustavo!

It's all explained in this web page, download the program and try it if you still have doubts and you re-enter the enchanted resolve it.

Greetings!

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Lun, 17/01/2011 - 16:45

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