How does ex2 file sysytem differ from fat32 file system Tags: File System FAT32 Windows XP Last response: May 14, 2012 2:07 PM in Windows XP Share gautam20 May 14, 2012 8:09:56 AM how does ex2 file system differs from fat32 file system.......... More about : ex2 file sysytem differ fat32 file system ksiemb May 14, 2012 2:07:36 PM gautam20 said:how does ex2 file system differs from fat32 file system.......... The ext2 or second extended filesystem is a file system for the Linux kernel. It was initially designed by Rémy Card as a replacement for the extended file system (ext). Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumFAT16, FAT32 , and NTFS file system ForumHow to take ownership of fat32 files ForumFormatted Drive from NTFS to FAT32 , must recover data from NTFS system ForumUse the D: drive instead of the C: drive WinXP FAT32 ForumAfter partition recovery windows shows raw file system ?! ForumFAT32 to NTFS ForumHow can I change to FAT32 ForumDefragging and different file systems ForumCan't seem to run Win XP on C: when partition is FAT32 ? ForumConverting flash drive from raw to fat32 ForumNTFS or FAT32 Forumntfs vs. fat32 Forumxp install ?NTFS no FAT32 ForumFat32 or NTFS ForumFAT32 or NFTS ForumNTFS faster than FAT32 in WinXP OS ? ForumWindows XP And FAT32 ForumNTFS5 VS FAT32 ForumHELP!!! Please with Windows XP ForumMy scree saver stays on a few seconds. How do I get it to stay on? More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !