I was following this advice here exactly.
After I got the UUID of the second partition on the second drive using sudo blkid, I added it to fstab like this..(substituting my UUID here).
The drive mounts fine, but at the top in the title bar my UUID shows rather than the volume lable and I'm also seeing another.. what looks like a drive in the places list with a long name, which happens to be the identical name of the UUID. I'm also not able to create a folder. I get permission denied. Yet I can mount the first NTFS partition on this second SATA drive. I'm not sure where I went wrong. I also tried removing the commas from the permissions section at the far right using just spaces instead. Made no difference. Shouldn't user 0 0 give anyone rw permission?
UUID=MYID UUID... /media/MYID UUID... ext4 errors=remount-ro,auto,exec,rw,user 0 0
The lyout of the 2nd SATA drive is:
sdb2 EXT4 (partition being mounted)