Step 1: Sudo Password Change
and this is how it should look like in terminal after you do this command:
jesse@jesse:~$ sudo passwd
Enter new UNIX password:
Retype new UNIX password:
passwd: password updated successfully
TIP!!!: as you type the new password, you wont see anything being typed into the prompt!
Step 2: Get a Zipped File (tar.gz or RPM Is Recommended)
Step 3: Partially Extracting the File
Step 4: Final Step!
So you notice Hard Drive (it might not necessarily be called that) that is probably your other hard drive.
Click on Hard Drive and it should ask for password. It should be the Unix password that we changed earlier, and if not then it is your log in password (I cant tell the difference because both of those passwords are the same for me). After you can get in, you can close the extract and the zipped file. To access it, goto places->File System->media->"bunch of funky letters(if it is another OS)" or the actual name of the drive (e.g Jesse's Drive). And then you can do whatever.
NOTE!!!: after restarting the computer/laptop/whatever, you will have to repeat this process (I know, i hate it to) except for the changing Unix Password thing, and downloading the zipped file again.