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However, this is not really related to Hard Disk Sentinel and completely independent from the hard disk model(s) used.
The issue is caused by the current version of the driver installed for the AMD AHCI Compatible RAID controller - which blocks the detection.
In the worst case, you may try to install the "Standard AHCI 1.0 Serial ATA Controller" driver.
This is a built-in driver in Windows so there is no need to manually download and extract.
That's the maximum possible with AMD RAID Controller and it is not a bug / limitation of Hard Disk Sentinel, but a bug / limitation of the AMD RAID controller (even with the recommended "best" driver available for that). AMD: we want to monitor the complete status of ALL hard disks / SSDs configured as RAID arrays and you should release a new driver which allows this.
Example: when two hard disks configured as JBOD, complete hard disk status information detected about the first hard disk in the array (FB160C4081), including health, performance, temperature, complete S. Wonder why AMD still does not allow this - as complete hard disk monitoring is possible with dozens of RAID controllers from all major manufacturers by Hard Disk Sentinel (listed at Compatible hard disk controllers, RAID controllers section, so have no idea why their users are not important for AMD, why they ignore our requirements.
These 3.6 and 3.7 versions do not provide access to any hard disk status information.
Upgrading the driver of the AMD AHCI Compatible RAID controller to the recommended 3.2.1540.92 version helps in such situations.
For use with Microsoft® Windows operating systems equipped with AMD Radeon™ discrete desktop/mobile and APU graphics.