Is there a way to use unallocated space of larger-than-2TB disks on Windows 7 without converting the disk to GPT? Why I cannot convert to GPT, because my system doesn't support UEFI boots, and I cannot install another drive to boot and use this disk as secondary storage.
The reason I'm asking about this is because it technically is possible, with a 3rd party software or driver. Windows 7 is capable of using this space if it's installed as a second/non-boot hard drive and configured as GPT. So there's no hardware limitation. The only problem seems to be is storing the partition information of the extended space on MBR which technically inst't possible because of 2TB limit. What I'm looking for is a software/driver that stores this information on somewhere else on the disk (e.g. a file) and makes this space available after Windows starts.