They are often classified as North Bridge and South Bridge chipsets.

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By using this controller (and especially with an older driver for AMD AHCI Compatible RAID controller), only limited hard disk information reported.

However, this is not really related to Hard Disk Sentinel and completely independent from the hard disk model(s) used.

Then in the Device Manager, you may verify that the correct driver version installed: The generic health value reported for secondary (further) drives of each arrays gives only an estimate: as we only know that the hard disk did not yet reach the error-threshold, but we can't say it is perfect. In contrast the secondary hard disk (Seagate ST9320421AS) provides only this generic status - 75% health but with no further details.

This is why Hard Disk Sentinel displays 75% health (which means that the hard disk is good, but can't be sure that it's perfect) or 0% health (which means that the hard disk is about to fail). The problem is that even if we (both developers and thousands of users) asked them in the years, they seem advance in the wrong direction as newer drivers even offer LESS functions (they even removed the ability to detect any, even generic status of the secondary drives).

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To install this driver, proceed the above mentioned installation steps Then select "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer", and if required, enable the "show compatible hardware" option - and then Windows should show the "Standard AHCI controller" driver also as an option.

In order to manually update your driver, follow the steps below (the next steps): 1.

Go to Device Manager (right click on My Computer, choose Manage and then find Device Manager in the left panel) 2.

Right click on the hardware device you wish to update and choose Update Driver Software 3.

Also third party driver updater tools DO NOT work as they may either do not perform the update or update to a wrong driver version.