We can solve this problem with a little application named 'ntfs-config'. Just enable 'write permission' then your preferred drive will be mount automatically after Ubuntu startup.
- Write the code below at terminal. You may need to submit password. (Connect in Internet).
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get ntfs-config
- Necessary dependency and main application will download from internet.
- To start that NTFS mounting application type the code below in terminal.
sudo ntfs-configNow configure it as you need.