The error message is pretty clear. You need to boot into Window and run chkdsk on the drive or at least unmount it properly.
Changing the label is not going to do anything. That said, changing the label is easy
ntfslabel /dev/something newlabel
If you don't have ntfslabel, install ntfsprogs to get it.
But again, the error is clear, it has nothing to do with the label and everything to do with the filesystem needing to be flagged as clean. BTW I would NOT recommend the 'force' option. If you don't have Windows available then it's time to move to native filesystems.