You will want to simply mount the drive like this from the command line:
mount -t fstype /dev/hdXX /mnt/windows
And to break this down to understand each one of those:
mount = Command to mount.
-t fstype = flag/option used to pass the filesystem type like if its NTFS or VFAT.
/dev/hdXX = The partition you want to mount, the X's stand for the letter and number of the parition slice.
/mnt/windows = The empty directory to mount the contents to view from.
And man fstab like mentioned before if you want to have the partition mounted at boot time.