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My Ubuntu is not running, and I can't figure out why or how to fix the problem. It simply won't boot. Although, I can run the Windows 7 so I'm wondering how to access my Ubuntu files by using Windows.

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I use ext2explore for accessing files in a ext formatted partition. You can find the details here:

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