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I've had problems with copying files with names containing those characters, but it doesn't make chkdsk run; I just got funky errors when trying to access them under windows. The 'windows_names' option sounds nice...
You might try an entry in /etc/fstab.
Line in /etc/fstab:
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LABEL=NTFS /NTFS ntfs noauto 0 0
(have to mount by hand: '$ sudo mount /NTFS'
Change 'noauto' to 'defaults' to have it mount at boot. Directory /NTFS created first and the user owns it. Linux partition label is 'NTFS'.)
You might need to install 'ntfs-3g'.