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I have reinstalled my centOS linux in my laptop.

I have installed ntfs-3g by yum install fuse fuse-ntfs-3g recommended from :[url]

I have mount it to my window ntfs system and setup

Now I am able to access window ntfs system.

HOWEVER, I could not access to USB NTFS system. May I know why?

It gave me: The volumn "Expansion Drive" uses the ntfs file system which is not supported by your system

The USB drive is FreeAgent (500G). I have partitioned it to 3 parts. 1 part is ntfs. The other two is ext3. I can access ext3 smoothly.

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