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How to access Windows partition?

I have made dual boot system with Ubuntu and Windows 7 (Preinstalled given by manufacturer on Laptop). I am not able to find my windows drives (C:, D: drives) in Ubuntu. How can I access Window's drives in Ubuntu?

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marked as duplicate by Tom Brossman, Jorge Castro, jokerdino, Ringtail, Marco Ceppi Oct 28 '12 at 8:05

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I have the type of set up you describe working and used the steps from this guide:-

..basically you free up space on the Windows side then create a shared NTFS partition using GParted.

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Ubuntu is different than windows, you can find your drives c:, d: or anything in Places, You have to just keep your mouse at left side at TOP panel, find your drives in Places menu. You may find drives name like 50 Gb, 100 Gb or anything like that. If you want give paricular name like System to C: drive Entertainment to D: drive. Reboot your system with windows and rename drive names by going to my computer, click particular drive, press F2 and rename drive. Reboot machine with Ubuntu you will find your drives with Names in Places.

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Patel, If you have understood the question properly can you please edit it and make more clear about what OP is looking for? – devav2 Oct 25 '12 at 7:04
Thanks For suggesting. – K.K Patel Oct 25 '12 at 13:31

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