Re: NTFS Partition Not Mounting
This generally means that the NTFS file system is considered as "dirty" -- and that has to be reset before Linux utilities can use it.
This is most generally done by connecting the drive to an MS Windows PC and running CHKDSK on it.
Some folks will probably tell you that you can "force" the mount of a dirty NTFS partition, and while that it true, you're almost certainly THEN going to get filesystem corruption as a result.
So, you will need to connect this to an MS Windows PC.
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