I am using the Knoppix 3.6 cd and I would like to mount my C drive so I can copy
files from there and maybe after finishing the work, copy the files back.

I tried the command :

mount -t ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1

but I get a message saying :

/dev/hda1 is not a valid block device.

I read through the forum and also searched the net and found that using captive NTFS can help,
I started its wizard and it was scanning all the directories but it could not find any drivers for
the NTFS - for ntfs.sys and ntoskrnl.exe, then after it finished the scan I saw the message :

Detection of language localized MS-Windows drivers is missing.
You may need to copy localized ntfs.sys and ntoskrnl.exe to /var/lib/captive by cp command.

I clicked forward, then t suggested that I download a part of service pack 1 of
Windows XP.

I don't understand one thing and I would appreciate if someone can direct me in
the right way - is there no NTFS driver installed in the Knoppix distribution itself ?
do I have to get it from the outside, but then since I use only the cd and not a permanent hd install for Knoppix, how can I do this, any help will be appriciated !!!
(also how can I save the knoppix settings so every time after I boot the cd I will be able to
copy files from my C drive without doing this whole process again).