ASUS Disk Unlocker v.1.0 (Windows Vista/7)

Version: 1.0Size: 24.35 MBytesAdded: License: Freeware
Type: Windows Vista/Vista 64-bit/7/7 64-bit

ASUS Disk Unlocker - is the software solution to overcome current operating system limitations that prevent a hard disk drive from utilizing more than 2048 GB (also known as 2.2 TB).

Supports ASUS motherboards on the following chipsets:

  • Intel X58
  • Intel P55
  • Intel H57
  • Intel H55
  • Intel X48
  • Intel P45
  • Intel P43
  • Intel G45
  • Intel G43
  • Intel G41
  • Intel X38
  • Intel P35
  • Intel G35
  • Intel G31
  • Intel 946GZ
  • Intel 946PL
  • Intel 945GC
  • Intel 945GZ
  • Intel 945P
  • Intel 945PL
  • AMD 890FX
  • AMD 890GX
  • AMD 880G
  • AMD 870
  • AMD 790FX
  • AMD 790GX
  • AMD 790X
  • AMD 785G
  • AMD 780G
  • AMD 770
  • AMD 760G
  • AMD 740G
  • NVIDIA 980a SLI
  • NVIDIA 780a SLI
  • NVIDIA 750a SLI
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