How do i get access to windows drive in ubuntu 12.10

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I used 30GB out of 120GB for ubuntu 12.10.And other drives are windows drive now i formated my "C:" drive n installed Ubuntu but i am not able to access or see other drives.
So is there any way to access it??

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Mounting Windows Partitions in Ubuntu
http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/mountwindows

"Ubuntu will automatically mount external drives, but it will not automatically mount internal drives. So this will show you how to mount (or make available for use) internal NTFS-formatted (i.e., Windows) drives in Ubuntu."

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