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Hello Everyone, I would like to save out Data I have on a blocked Windows computer Drives, using my Ubuntu 10.10 Live CD for. May anyone here tell me please ...
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    [SOLVED] Mount NTFS Drives in Ubuntu 10.10


    Hello Everyone,

    I would like to save out Data I have on a blocked Windows computer Drives, using my Ubuntu 10.10 Live CD for. May anyone here tell me please where do I find a complete Guide with all the code's options there are, to mount NTFS's Drives in Ubuntu?. I never deed this before,

    Situation:
    Master C:\......................(NTFS) with data in
    Slave Driver D:\ .............(NTFS) with Data in
    Slave Drive E:\ .......... ....(FAT32) with Data in
    Externe USB Drive H:\ (to save here the Data)

    Thanks in advance, greetings

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    Hey, Exeter_1. Welcome to the forums.

    Here is a step-by-step tutorial for setting up NTFS mounts in Ubuntu: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Mo...dowsPartitions

    If you run into any problems, feel free to let us know and post any pertinent data or errors.
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    Hello Nagarjuna,

    Thanks for your fine replay. I will read it all and tried out. If any question, for sure I will be back,

    Regards,

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    Code:
    sudo su
    mkdir /mnt/drive_c /mnt/drive_d /mnt/drive_e /mnt/backups
    mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/drive_c
    mount /dev/sda2 /mnt/drive_d
    mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/drive_e
    mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/backups
    This is assuming all the Windows partitions are on one drive mapped to /dev/sda, and the external USB drive is mapped to /dev/sdb. You can determine that with the command "sudo fdisk -l".
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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    Ntfs

    You can use ntfs-3g

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    To: Nagarjuna, Rubberman and Danny85,

    Thanks a lot because of yours nice informations. My problem is finally with success solved. You can actually close my thread as solved, if you want to,

    Regards,
    Last edited by Exeter_1; 04-10-2011 at 07:17 PM.

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