I have a 400GB hard drive. I have 2 partitions, primary is my XP part (which has about 354GB) and the secondary is my 7 part (I made this to test out windows 7 when it was in beta) which is about 45GB. Today, I decide to scrap my 7 partition to test out Ubuntu once again (hey, haven't used it years). On my XP partition is where I keep all of my pictures, music, movies, you name it, even when on 7 I'd change the libraries to my primary partition.
So I decide to install Ubuntu, and I change the settings so it takes over the 7 partition. It installs fine, I run some updates, connect to the internet, install drivers, etc. However, I try to access my XP partition, or what I assume is it, (It's labeled simply as 354GB filesystem) but I get an error. "Unable to mount location." I've included a screenshot of the error.
I'm ashamed to admit I'm a huge noob when it comes to Linux, so any help would be appreciated. My hard drive (according to sysinfo) is a WDC WD4000KD-00N (400GB SATA).