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Note: It's been reported that Ext2Fsd  is no-longer compatible with Windows 10.

This page is provided for reference and it is no-longer recommend that this driver is installed.

By default Windows doesn't recognize file systems formatted using Linux ext, however, Images containing Linux ext file systems can be browsed by using a free Windows driver. 

Download Ext2Fsd  from here:

Once downloaded, run the installer accepting any defaults. 

De-select launching the volume manage as this isn't required. 

Linux ext partitions in Macrium Reflect image files can now be mounted and explored.

See also: Linux ext file systems can show a larger used and total space in Macrium Reflect

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