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Yes, You can use Explore2fs for Ext2 and ext3 partitions.
Also you can download Total Commander and you can use it browse linux partitions - ext2 and ext3, but before that, you have to download plugin to access Linux partition
Here is the URL to the homepage from where you can download the application. The plugins are also there
It depends on how you are defining "using a Linux partition with XP". As a general rule, Linux can read successfully from a Windows partition, but writing to a Windows partition is still very much in the Experimental stage, which generally means that although it can work successfully, don't be too surprised if it doesn't.
I had not been aware of tools (apart from VMware) that would permit XP to access a Linux partition, but evidently the Explore2fs does allow it. Thanks for the info. -- J.W.
Hey!.. Thanks everyone for your answers. I tried downloading and installing Total Commander 6.02 on my WinXP partition and it works great!... I just wanted to use some files that i had on my Linux partition.