I have to say that you were lucky. ntfs-config has been unmaintained for years and often causes severe problems. I cannot recommend it after having had to help people out of the mess it can cause, several times in this forum. A pity, because we do need a good GUI method of adding lines to /etc/fstab.
Originally Posted by jefsview
@Ryupower, post the output of these terminal commands and I can help you with editing /etc/fstab manually so that your NTFS partition is mounted automatically on bootup.
The last will give us your account UID. That may seem a strange request, but I'll explain if you post back with the details. In order to copy the terminal output into your post, you can highlight it, and then right-click to copy.
sudo fdisk -lu
ls -l /media
EDIT: I'm not sure whether Mint Debian edition uses the sudo model of Ubuntu and Mint based on Ubuntu. If it doesn't, su to root in the terminal and issue the first two commands without the sudo.