I have a 7TB internal HDD that I have been using on my laptop via USB using a docking interface. Now I am trying to use the HDD on a PC as internal storage (via SATA). However, Windows 10 does not correctly detect/read the HDD.
Specifically, the partition table of the HDD is GPT but Windows incorrectly identifies it (as MBR I suppose) and marks it
GPT Protective Partition.
It seems the issue is related to the firmware of the docking interface as mounting the HDD via the docking station fixes the issue. A similar issue is explained here. However, I do not have access to the docking station, so I am wondering if the partition table can be fixed using
diskpart or a (ideally free) third-party tool.
I am interested in methods that keep the data intact.