Change SSD Partition Ownership / Admin Ownership problem

CHEETAH2020

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Hello, Linux World!
I have recently installed Ubuntu. working great but facing a major problem.
i have created TWO partitions, 1st one is boot and 2nd one is for other purposes other than Ubuntu installation.

But the problem is i am unable to use 2nd partition, neither create and manage any folder there nor download anything there from the internet.
Nothing i can do with this, I've tried and cant even change the ownership i.e. from 'root' to 'myself'.

i have attached a screenshot with this post.
please help. thanks
 

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Open a terminal
Type in: sudo nautilus

Your filemanager should then open as root.

Select the drive an change the read an write permissions like u tried in your Screenshot.
 
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CHEETAH2020

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Open a terminal
Type in: sudo nautilus

Your filemanager should then open as root.

Select the drive an change the read an write permissions like u tried in your Screenshot.
Thanks and appreciated, Peer bro.
But now i have got stuck here. Whenever i start the ubuntu, it stuck here during booting.
Screenshot is given below. Will you please help and guide me to solve this issue.

I will be grateful.
Regards
 

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