Open the terminal. Type: su
Hit enter. Type your root password. Hit enter.
Type: uname -rm
Hit enter. This will output your kernel version and processor type.
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and download (save to disk) the appropriate NTFS RPM for your kernel version and processor type. This should save the file to your home folder. If it saves the file to your desktop instead go to your desktop and drag the file into your "Home" folder. (Left mouse click on the file and drag it on top of your "Home" folder while holding the left mouse button down. Then release the mouse button.)
With the root terminal still open type: rpm -Uvh *.rpm
Hit enter. Wait for the installation to complete.
Type: rm *.rpm
Hit enter. Type "y" and hit enter.
Type: su -
Type: mkdir /mnt/windows
Type: /sbin/fdisk -l
Hit enter. This will output your HPFS/NTFS partition identifier.
Type: gedit /etc/fstab
Hit enter and gedit will open.
In gedit add the following line to /etc/fstab: /dev/hda1 /mnt/windows ntfs ro,defaults,umask=0222 0 0
Be sure to enter a blank new line at the end of the file. If your partition identifier is not "/dev/hda1" substitute the correct characters. (For example it might be "/dev/sda1" if you have a SATA drive.)
Click the "save" icon in gedit and exit gedit. Close the terminal. Reboot your machine. Your Windows partition should now be available in the file browser under "/mnt/windows". (Note that you will have to uninstall the old kernel module with the "yum remove kernel-module-ntfs" command as root and then install a new NTFS kernel module as described above to match your new kernel each time you update it.)