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actually, the bios doesnt support the 40g hdd. the hdd isnt recognized at bios startup. nevertheless, the hdd and its partitions are seen under FC3. i've tried to connect the hdd with a usb2.0 cable and the result is the same (hdc1 and hdc6 couldnt be mounted)......
do you have your /etc/fstab file set correctly?
You should add the windows partitions to it, along with the required mount points (these are the things you have to tipe with the mount command).
I'm quite in a hurry so I can't give you links, sorry. But take a look at the linux wiki pages or do a google search for fstab.