Greetings fellow users, i am back once again.
To cut things short, i have a 8TB drive that had 2 partitions on them, one ext4 one ntfs, i wanted to put it back to its one partition state, before i was able to do any of that i noticed i couldnt mount the ntfs partition. (it always comes back with the unknown error while mounting messgae)
Has the ntfs drive been used as the system drive for a Windows installation? The last few times I had issues with mounting ntfs drives it was a side effect of having fastboot enabled in Windows - this leaves the partition in what appear to be an unusable state.
If this is the case, and you have files you need to recover from the ntfs partition, the only solution I have ever had success with was to boot Windows from the ntfs partition, turn off fastboot from within Windows, the shut down Windows. You should then be able to mount the ntfs partition in linux if you need to.