I have decided to go for a Dual boot system with Data areas for both Windows and Linux and Sync the data between the two. This is where I come to my problems I have tried installing Ext2IFS but when I try to use the drives that I have mounted, I get the following error:
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C:\Documents and Settings\Gavin Blackford\Desktop>mountdiag.exe M:
The volume has an Ext2/Ext3 file system, but the Ext2 IFS 1.11 software did not
mount it because the file system has an inode size unequal to 128 bytes (inode
size: 256 bytes).
The only way to solve it is to back up the volume's files and format the file
system: give the mkfs.ext3 utility the -I 128 switch. Finally, restore all
After that, the Ext2 IFS software should be able to access the volume.
As I have had a safe shutdown of Linux, not sure what could cause this problem.
My other thought is to set the Sync up in Linux, I would want to Sync the following any suggestions on how to do this (Windows is NTFS).
Linux - Windows
\Documents - \MyDocs\Documents
\Pictures - \MyDocs\My Pictures
\Videos - \MyDocs\My Videos
\Music - \MyDocs\My Music
\Downloads - \Mydocs\Downloads