Originally Posted by Nemik
Can you give me a clue, shell command or link how I can get NTFS driver for kernel?
Well, if you are using a stock (in other words, the distro's kernel) kernel, you will most likely have ntfs module included in the kernel.
Check the loaded modules first.
If you don't see anything, you can
1. Try to insert the kernel module. modprobe ntfs
--> you have to be root to do this OR
2. Just try to mount your filesystems. Mounting the ntfs partition will insert the kernel module.
If you get any errors on any of the above two steps, you probably don't have ntfs driver included in the kernel (I think that would be highly unlikely). In that case, you may have recompile your kernel.
Look at the linux-ntfs FAQ