First, make sure you have cleanly shutdown windows and have not hibernated it.
According to the
ntfs-3g manual, there is an option that allows you to do this:
Unlike in case of read-only mount, the read-write mount is
denied if the NTFS volume is hibernated. One needs either to
resume Windows and shutdown it properly, or use this option
which will remove the Windows hibernation file. Please note,
this means that the saved Windows session will be completely
lost. Use this option under your own responsibility.
So, I stress that this will destroy any unsaved data that is in the hibernated Windows session. If that is not an issue for you, you should be able to access the drive by running:
sudo ntfs-3g -o remove_hiberfile /dev/sdXN /path/to/mount
sdXN to your windows partition (e.g.
/path/to/mount to the actual path you want to mount to.
That should mount the drive correctly and since it will delete the hibernated session file, it should mount normally from now on.