Hello, and welcome to Linux Mint! Well, the problem is you installed a new kernel, not provided by mint or ubuntu for use in jaunty/gloria. Where exactly did you install it from? Although the main .30 release is stable, it's still only in karmic alpha at the moment, so it's obviously not had all the ubuntu-specific modifications. In your case this is ntfs-3g module. If you're determined enough, you can install the module manually, but I wouldn't bother posting your problems here, as you're effectively running development software. I also just noticed that this is in the newbies section, kernels are never going to newbie-friendly. Don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to scare you away, it's just that anyone who installs a custom kernel is basically expected to have the know-how (or google-skills) to sort themselves out.
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