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Neon Samurai

If you've free spaced in one or between both your fat32 and ntfs partitions; cut a bridging partition. I used to have data moving between Windows (ntfs) and Linux based OS (ext3) so I'd create a central fat32 partition that both bootable OS could read/write with. Anything both systems needs access too get's stored there.

Various partition management tools should allow you to create a partition out of empty space from another without destroying the data. Check your prefered tool first to comfirm though.