why cant you access the floppy?
to mount a floppy type
mount -t auto /dev/floppy /mnt/floppy
and it will show you all the files.
another way is to mount your windows drive, first create a directory like this
mount -t auto /dev/hdb0 /mnt/windows
You will have to replace hdb0 with the corect partition. for example if you have a master and a slave drive, the master will be hda0 and the slave will be hdb0. however if you have one dirve that has been partitioned one will be hda0 and the other will be hd1.
then your whole windows drive will be mounted under the directory /mnt/windows
Not sure if this will work for NTFS though! you may need to install an update to get that working.