Wait, you said you installed Ubuntu via Windows XP?? The only way possible is if you used Mint4win.
Anyway, since you seem to have denied using Mint4Win, Ill just assume that you have Ubuntu on a seperate partition. First, open up gparted, and find the partition's name. It'll be /dev/sda* or something similar.
Now open up a terminal and type
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sudo mount /dev/sda* /whereyouwanttomountitto
Make sure the directory you mount it to exists!
I have no clue about how Mint4win works, but I heard it just creates a few files on the NTFS partition, if it perhaps has an image file for storing the Hard Disk, we might be able to mount it using a loop command, but I have no real experienced with using any of the wubi variants.
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