First thing you need to do is make a mount point in your file system. Most distros have a /mnt directory. So you open a console, become root, navigate to /mnt. Then as root do a mkdir win_c ( or what ever you want to call it.)
At this point you issue a mount command if you are mounting it tempeoraily. If you want to make it permanent, add the line to your /etc/fstab. You did not state what file system windbloze is, and yes it matters. Here is a line from my fstab you could copy and edit as required.
/dev/hda1 /mnt/win_c vfat umask=0,iocharset=iso8859-15,codepage=850 0 0
You will need to edit the first part (/dev/hda1) to match your drive (hda) and partition number (1). Change the /mnt/win_c to match the mount point. vfat is for fat32 file system. This has to match your file system. The rest will probably work as is.
If you do it right, you will mount the partition during the boot process. Then you can use Konqueror to copy any files you want.