How to mount your Windows partition
You could just say no, but if you must have a NTFS partition this is some advice.
"Here's a guide to making the most of your NTFS partition while in Ubuntu. When you're done you should be able to have your NTFS partition mounted at boot, be able to write to it and read from it and be able to lift three times your body weight without breaking a sweat.
It should be noted that writing to NTFS is still experimental. You'd best have a backup of your machine if you're going to do this." ArsGeek :: Ubuntu tricks - how to mount your Windows partition and make it read/writable
(Submitted by Noel Wed Sep 27, 2006 )
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