Husse wrote:No you are not clear - I don't understand a thing you are saying. Why would you be root to gain access to a Windows partition - and would that make it possible?
From Bianca Mint comes with mintDisk that automounts FAT and NTFS.
In case that does not happen you have to edit your /etc/fstab file. To do that you need to be root - make a copy first and then remove every instance of windows partitions - be it as a comment or not.
After that they are mounted
I mean I have 2 partitions on my windows computer C: is where windows is located. The D: is where I keep all my files, when I load Mint I can not modify or delete and files on my D: drive but I would like to be able to and I was wondering would it take to be able to do that. I think I need to be logged in as root to be able to modify things on that partition. Sorry if I wasn't clear before.