Originally posted by H4x3r
even if it has a linux partition windows should be able to see the drive...if you mean it's not being seen in My Computer then it's probably because of the linux partition...but in device manager then it's a boot dection problem.
NO...windows does not recognize a linux file sytem...windows only recognize NTFS, FAT32, or FAT.
when u install linux, it gives u the option of choosing the type of file sytem u want. one of the options is FAT. so install linux wid a FAT file system so windows can recognize it.
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