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Old 02-20-2005, 01:11 PM   #1
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XFS read for Windows?


Ok, so, I need a way to read XFS from Windows. Is there any cheap way I can do this?

I would be googling it myself, but bandwidth has been shot all to crap here. Everybody on campus is just getting back from church and getting online to watch happy tree friends and priate music (I attend a private baptist college with really poor broadband service). It takes a full minute to load a google search page.
 
  


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