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Comprehensive advice on your computer and software problems and questions, this video will focus on how to access an NTFS ...
hard drive from within Ubuntu.
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Christy Burton: All right we’ll go to ZunaGuy.
Robbie Ferguson: ZunaGuy.
Christy Burton: Hi Robbie and Kerrie and Christy. Your show is awesome.
Robbie Ferguson: They didn’t know you were going to be here.
Christy Burton: Well I'm just—
Robbie Ferguson: They would have messaged you.
Christy Burton: Well I'm inserting it there so that they can appear to be right on the ball.
Robbie Ferguson: Maybe like, “Who is this Christy?”
Christy Burton: Yes.
Robbie Ferguson: Okay sorry, ZunaGuy.
Christy Burton: Your show is awesome.
Robbie Ferguson: Thanks!
Christy Burton: I really catch it, downloading it through Nero. I do have XP and Ubuntu system. I was wondering if I could mount the Windows XP NTFS file partition, access them through Ubuntu to play my mp3 music files located there.
Robbie Ferguson: Sure. Yeah, cool thing and I wish that I had an NTFS drive on this computer so that I could actually show you but I'm just going to have to—you're going to have to trust me here. With that drive in your computer, when you click on Places and you go down here and you see computer and CD and I see these because I don’t have another hard drive. One of the options in this list is going to be whatever size your hard drive is. So if it’s—say a 200-gig NTFS hard drive, you're going to see 200-gig drive in that as an option. So you click on that and that automatically mounts it. Sometimes you have to click it again now to bring it up. But that’s going to take you right into the root folder of that drive so you see your Documents and Settings and things like that. It’s that simple.
If you want to permanently set it so that it mounts every time you turn on your computer, that’s easy enough but we need to know a little bit more about your hard drive, where it—like the UUID. If you look up FS tab, where you ask about setting up an NTFS drive with FS tab on our form, Category5.tv and the show notes for episode #71, FS tab is a file in your Linux system that basically—it’s your file system table and your system goes through that file and automatically mounts all these different drives that you've told it to mount so we can set it up to actually auto-mount that to wherever you’d like. But you can still access it just using your Places menu as well.