if not, head over to gentoo.org and download their livecd.
to find out which partition your C: drive is listed under and then:
mount -t ntfs /dev/hdxA /mnt/windows
to get to the documents and settings folder (where hdxB refers to your c: partition... usually hda1 or the like)
make sure you have the other drive formatted as fat32 before this though.
mount -t vfat /dev/hdyB /mnt/backup
(again, hdyB refers to the fat32 partition on the other drive)
cp whatever.file /mnt/backup/whatever.file
I've had a few beers (okay, quite a few) so I hope this makes sense. If not, ignore it.
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