EDIT: The drives are visible in my Windows 7 Device Manager, but not in the filesystem. It says the best drivers are installed. What's going on?
I have a desktop rig as such:
- SSD1 - Windows 7 (NTFS)
- SSD2 - Linux Mint 15 (FAT32?)
- HDD1 - Storage (FAT32)
- CD Drive
With an MSI-7641 760GM-P34 FX mainboard.
Here's the weird bit:
When using Linux Mint on SSD2, it is recognizing and allowing me to access through the filesystem SSD1 and HDD1, alongside all USB-connected devices and the CD Drive.
When using Windows 7 on SSD1, it recognizes only SSD1 and the CD drive, i.e. it does not recognize SSD2 and HDD1, despite them being SATA-connected. It also recognizes USB-connected devices and drives.
How do I get Windows 7 to recognize my drives?
EDIT: Maybe I should add - though it is obvious - that the boot menu recognizes all drives.