How to unmount disk to recover files


I have a simple computer AMD Phenom x2 3.4 ghz, 8gb memory, 1 HD 1TB, 1 HD 3TB, 1 old 450w power supply.
I mounted my computer but I have a Linux Garuda KDE system in the disk 1TB, and I "unmounted" the 3TB disk with NTFS partition with all my backup, I lost access, and I would like to know how to recover this disk by forcing a normal "mount" to re-access my files?
I thank in advance anyone who can help me!

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Search for fstab, ntfs-3g or use gnome-disk-utility.



Only this code automatically mounts my unmount HD?

Please tell me what codes for ntfs-3g or gnome-disk-utility, which I use here on garuda linux to save my HD. I've done a lot of research on this and I haven't had any success.
Good afternoon,

I've already tried the two mentioned ideas but my hd hasn't been mounted yet. Does anyone have any other alternatives?
could be by code too


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