You didn’t think they were going to make this THAT easy for you did you? You did not say exactly what version you were using but this should do the trick regardless.
Issue these commands as follows and then you will be able to mount your windows partition for read/write access.
type or paste the line: /dev/hda1 /media/windows ntfs ro,dmask=0222,fmask=0333 0 0
then cd /media/windows
ls (all your windows files+folders will be listed)
It was hda1 for me, since the Linux partition was hda2 (as listed in /etc/fstab) but it can be hdc, hdc1, hda, etc so you’ll have to check what the other partitions are labeled as.