So, I traded a set of pickups for a 1Tb external HD, by WD. I plugged it in via the SATA cable, and backed up all my files on my Linux side. Rebooted to Win2K, and it can't see it. Plugged it into my work laptop (XP) via USB, and still no detection.
I'm trying to get all the video/mp3 files off my ext3 formatted 320gb HD, so that I can reformat it for my Win2k system, which is currently running on an 80gb HD.
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Will it work on any newer versions of Windows? And I assume you mean e-sata? The only things I can think are that if it is, and e-sata being a fairly new technology might cause some issues. Either that, or having that you backed a Linux drive up, see if Linux picks it up again, and see if there are any Linux specific files on there, might conflict with Windows somewhat. There are programs for reading EXT3 file systems in Windows, try that.