This should work to get it mounted on boot, we can edit the fstab and add the partitions to it. I assume that you want to add the 2 partitions on the second hdd. I have no idea what Utökad means - but guess it's nothing to do with Linux - if that isn't the case post back, similarly if it's not the partitions on the second drive you want mounted.
Backup the file to start with
Make 2 folders to mount them in
sudo cp /etc/fstab /etc/fstab.0205
You can change drive1 and drive2 to what ever you want as long as you make same changes to the fstab lines and in the chmod and chown commands.
sudo mkdir /media/drive1
sudo mkdir /media/drive2
We will edit fstab using nano in the terminal - to save file Ctrl+O plus enter, then Ctrl+X to exit
File is now open for editing - be careful that you only change what you want to change - add the folders you want to mount using these lines at the end of the file
sudo nano /etc/fstab
Save and close the file - mount the 2 partitions
/dev/sdb1 /media/drive1 ext3 defaults 0 0
/dev/sdb2 /media/drive2 ext3 defaults 0 0
For permissions (I've got this from psychocats site - a good resource! )
I assume your username is starship - if not change in these commands
Donate to your choice of software - not Windows though of course
sudo chown -R starship:starship /media/drive1
sudo chmod -R 755 /media/drive1
sudo chown -R starship:starship /media/drive2
sudo chmod -R 755 /media/drive2
I'll be happy to have made you happy.