How to fix Windows crashes
Over the past few weeks, several users have shared with us their experience in troubleshooting the nda mvix 760 wireless network.
I thought this query was now resolved, but still wanted to report my latest findings as I am now facing the same issue.
As John T. said, Ext2 IFS is the way to go if you can handle the idea of โโalways running it as administrator and under Windows Vista compatibility. This doesn’t work directly in Windows 7 because each has made changes to how they manage file systems. I
but I wanted to add this solution: ext2fsd.It works through a compatibility layer (actually through a driver) between most disk access subsystems and the kernel, and works just fine. I experienced it and absolutely love it. A small handful, it looks like they will support the most advertised ext4 scopes in the near future.
On the other hand, if you’re having trouble installing someone else’s driver, you may need to disable mandatory driver signing on Windows startup (press F8 before the change appears, when you enter Windows 7, press F8 again and select ” disable”). Enforce the signature of the artist.)
AboutOne way to avoid the once-in-a-lifetime reboot is to use ReadyDriver Plus. This is free software that automates what people do for you.