no no no, NTFS is like a alien language to Linux. You saw how it read it as unpartitioned space right? It doesn't recognize that format at all. Keep them FAT32. Kind of like when you saw the drives when installing windows they said "unknown partition" because windows doesn't know what ext3 or swap are lol. But yes that is correct, just make sure to mount them all except for the SWAP which you cant anyways. See once you get it going on your desktop you'll have a icon that says "filesystem" which is like my computer, except you'll see all different folders in it with different names, no C, D or anything. Those mounts place a shortcut to that drive into the "/" or "filesystem" folder. So you can just open that and double click "winxp" and browse you windows partition.