Log in as root.
Run the command
mkdir /media; mount /dev/hda1 /media/ -t ntfs
The first part (before the semicolon) creates a directory called /media if it doesn't exist. The second part mounts /dev/hda1 onto that directory.
/dev/hda1 corresponds to the first partition on the primary master IDE or ATAPI hard-disk. This is usually where you can find Windows installed but it's just a guess. You may need to try other devices.
will list all the partitions you have mounted.
The basic format for a device name is:
hd for IDE/ATAPI disks, or sd for SCSI disks, followed by
a letter corresponding to the disk (IDE: a for the primary master, b for the primary slave, c for the secondary master or d for the secondary slave. If you only have one hard disk then it'll probably be a)
a number corresponding to the partition number on the disk (IDE: this usually skips over the numbers 2, 3 and 4)
You can also list the partitions on your disk using
I know that's rather bitty but I hope it helps,
— Robert J. Lee