I just had this exact same 'issue'. Mine was easy to fix and a result of a 1 TB HDD that was not formatted.
I'm at work and can't look at exactly how i fixed it. I'm very hesitant to walk you through the 'fix' 'cause I can't be sure exactly how I formatted it. Take the next couple lines with a BIG grain of salt, but here's what I think i did. Note ** I'm VERY CAREFUL ** when formatting a disc. Read - I check and double check the letter of the drive. Wrong drive - bye bye pics, music, programs ... gone.
I did 2 things:
1. In BIOS I enabled / selected the SATA port the HDD was connected to. (It was disabled)
2. Once in windows. I clicked the start button (bottom left) and typed in "format". All 3 (1 sdd, 2 hdd's) showed up. My only 1 TB samsung showed up but was not 'avail'. I selected 'quick format' for that drive and the pain was gone. Works just fine.
This was a little more painful then i remembered, but since I went thru the above it's been just fine.
Good Luck !!