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ASUS Disk Unlocker Lets You Unlock Hidden Hard Drive Space

Nowadays many computer users need more storage space and manufacturers like Western Digital has offers 2000GB to 3000GB (2TB – 3TB) storage capacity on a single hard drive. But the problem is that, current operating systems don’t have support for more than 2048GB (2.2TB) hard disk. ASUS Disk Unlocker helps you overcome this situation with just a few clicks.

ASUS Disk Unlocker is a free utility that can unlock hidden storage space beyond the nominal 2048GB range, and helps you use large hard drives to their maximum potential.

Once installed, it will immediately enable access to hidden space. But, unfortunately, the application Disk Unlocker only works with ASUS motherboards.

You can download ASUS Disk Unlocker for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 at source.

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