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There is no such thing. The executable should be compiled for Windows, which should be the case unless you compiled it yourselves and gave it a .exe extension.
There is no difference to copy an exe-file or a png-file. Nothing of them will be corrupted if you copy the files between an ext4 filesystem and a ntfs filesystem. I assume, your exe file isn't really an exe file. Check it with file your_exe
This happens because ext4 is a native filesystem for Linux which supports ACL's while NTFS is not a native filesystem for Linux and as such does not support the ACL's but it does support access rights that can be defined in for example the fstab file. So to solve the problem you need to make sure that you're a member of a group that has sufficient access ...
First of all you need to understand that sda5, sda6, sda7 and sda8 are inside sda3. After that it looks simpler. Boot from LiveCD. Do not mount any partitions by clicking them. Run sudo swapoff -a Expand sda3 left. Move sda5, sda6, sda7 left. Expand sda8 left. Do not forget to press "Apply" button. After you do it you also need to update grub this way. ...
Install testdisk utility by running: sudo apt-get install testdisk Then run it by: sudo testdisk <device_name> Replacing <device_name> with /dev/sdb or other depending to your specific configuration. For testdisk usage read: man testdisk
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