I am running ubuntu from a USB drive on my computer it normally boots into XP and the XP is working fine. I have a company computer and do not like to do my personal buisness in XP due to company policies about data monitoring. I boot ubuntu from a USB drive my issue is that I cannot mount the internal NTFS partition on my laptop when I am running from my USB. I have used the command
sudo mount -t ntfs /dev/sda1 /mnt -o force
it gives me the error invalid argument any help would be greatly appriciated I would just like to be able to access files from the my documents folder from ubuntu.
the drive shows when I do fdisk -l but does not when I do df -T
I am not completely new to linux but am new to the Forums here.