You need to set the NTFS partition to be mounted automatically on boot. That can be done by adding info about your partition to
/etc/fstab file, which is basically a list of disks/filesystems (and also respective options for those disks and filesystems, like read-write, read only, etc) that get mounted automatically during boot sequence.
To do that , open Terminal ( in Windows' terms that's CMD or PowerShell ), run
sudo blkid command. There will be output for each partition; find the
UUID for your NTFS partition.
/dev/sdb2: LABEL="TI105866W0A" UUID="4EBAAE53BAAE36FD" TYPE="ntfs"
For instance, if I wanted to have
/dev/sdb2 mounted automatically (which is my windows partition on another disk ), I need that UUID="4EBAAE53BAAE36FD" part.
Next , open for writing
/etc/fstab file in text editor, with admin priviledges ( in other words add
gksu before calling the editor, e.g.,
sudo nano /etc/fstab ). and add a line in the format as shown bellow
UUID=1234-abcd-5678-efgh /media/myMountPoint ntfs defaults 0 1
/media/myMountPoint has to exist as a directory, so I suggest you make a new directory with
sudo mkdir /media/myMountPoint
Note that opening the
/etc/fstab file with root permissions, can also be done graphically with
gksu gedit or
pkexec gedit. Personally, i prefer command line editors
For more info refer to MountingWindowsPartitions Wiki