Hi. For windows partitions you can modify your /etc/fstab modifing:
/dev/hda1 "/media/my user name/name of c drive" auto rw,noauto,nouser,umask=077 0 0
With this line you can:
/dev/hda1 :windows partition
/media/my user name/name of c drive :mount point of partition
auto :select filesystem type automatic. You can type ntfs too.
rw :autorization to write,write
noauto :not mount automatically. You can type auto, and the partition will be mounted every time you boot.
nly can mount or umount the superuser. You can type user, for users mount-umount.
nly can read-write the user who mount the partition.
There a lot of options and combinations. Take a look at 'man mount'.
Have a nice day.