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HPFS is a filesystem (acronym from High Performance Filesystem) used by OS/2. NTFS happens to have same partition type as the HPFS, so fdisk cannot say which one it is by just looking the partition table (it is ntfs if you don't have OS/2 installed .
Why it says it is hidden? No Idea. Are you using (or have you used) some interesting boot managers lately?
Anyways, /dev/hda1 is the partition you are looking for.
There's lots of great instructions there, and pre-built RPMs for each version of the Fedora kernel that's been released. Find your kernel version, determine your architecture, install the rpm, load the module, mount the partition.