I forgot to add... to mount it when you boot at this to the fstab file
/dev/hdb1 /mnt/WindowsXP ntfs users,owner,ro,umask=000 0 0
after you've created a directory in the mount folder called whatever you'd like. I just call my mounted drive WindowsXP. The ro stands for read only. If you try rw for read write it will not work because the driver doesn't support the ability to write to an ntfs drive. If you need the ability to write to an ntfs drive you'll be forkin' over big bucks, and hey, wasn't linux supposed to be free?