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Win 7 Pro 64-Bit is unable to see my 3TB hard drive partitions

Question asked by mtl777 on Jun 21, 2018
Latest reply on Jul 1, 2018 by mtl777

I have a 3TB hard drive on which I created three logical partitions and no primary partition at all. This was done in Windows XP. I am able to see the partitions in Windows XP and access them perfectly. But when I mount the drive on a Windows 7 Pro 64-Bit system that I recently created, Windows 7 is unable to see the partitions.  My drive is seen as unallocated space of only 746.5GB in Disk Management.


I came upon this suggested solution:


The solution suggested for Intel systems is to install the latest Intel® Rapid Storage Technology driver.  For AMD systems, they recommend to update to the latest chipset and SATA/RAID drivers.  Since my system is AMD (Phenom II X3), I would like to know where to find the latest chipset and SATA/RAID drivers for my mobo, which is an old Asrock M3A790GXH/128M.  It has an AMD 790GX chipset for the North Bridge and AMD SB750 chipset for the South Bridge.


Could anyone please help me find the latest chipset and SATA/RAID drivers for my system?


Thanks in advance for your much appreciated help!