If you want the partition to be automatically (statically) mounted, you need to add the specific information to the /etc/fstab file. For example, you need to add an entry such as
Originally Posted by baskar007
In the above example (your details will differ), you can find out the correct UUID for your partition (the part in red) using the command
UUID=AB707BCE707F8DE8 /media/sda6 ext3 defaults,relatime,auto 0 1
(Replace sda6 with the actual partition device ID in your case).
sudo blkid /dev/sda6
You should also create the mount point (the part in blue)
Note that directories / files subsequently created on the mounted drive will carry ownership / permissions relevant to the user.
sudo mkdir /media/sda6
sudo chown root:plugdev /media/sda6
Post back if you need more details. A look at your current partition/hdd structure will be helpful; give the following commands from a terminal (Applications-Accessories-Terminal)
Also, as an aside: I'd suggest you mind your language on public forums such as these; you may well end up with an infraction for inappropriate language.
sudo fdisk -l