Only root can mount filesystems (partitions, floppies, CDs, cameras) unless those filesystems are included in /etc/fstab. If you think about it, you'll see how otherwise, there would be a major security hole. As for your console not working: are we talking about a console in X-windows, or a terminal (text-only) console? If it's the first, do ctrl-alt-F4 to see if you can get virtual console 4 (tty4) and then do whatever command line work you want. Do ctrl-alt-F7 to return to X-windows. If you have a graphic screen, but you can't get to the text-only screen (as in foregoing), try exiting X-windows with ctrl-alt-Backspace. Return to X-windows with "startx". And take a deep breath and step away from the windows.
Ok ok, i did it with the partition thing on the control center, but now i get a damn message that only root can mount that ****. Of course, but how do i do it as root without the console that is not working for me either.