After my system enters sleep mode Windows fails to recognize my storage drive (3TB Toshiba HDD) I have verified that the drive has clean SMART status and is recognized by my motherboard. I've also changed SATA ports and SATA cables to rule out a bad connection there. I've also swapped power connectors for the drive to no avail. It appears to be an issue with sleep because after restart the drive always appears. I've checked BIOS and the drive is found there and it appears to be limited to only the one drive. I can't confirm why it is that drive as I've switched it with all of my other drives and have had the same issue but I have not had this issue when using the same drive under a Linux system (Debian Wheezy and Ubuntu 13.04). Anyone have any guesses on what's the issue and how to resolve it without turning off sleep mode?
Boot Drive: Mushkin 240 GB SSD
Secondary Storage Drive: Toshiba 3TB HDD (7200 RPM)
CPU: AMD 8350 @ 4GHz core
GPU: MSI R9 280x @ 1075 MHz Core, 1600 MHz VRAM
Motherboard: ASUS Sabertooth 990FX R2.0
Network Adaptor: Rosswill Wifi PCIe
OS: Windows 10 Tech Preview Build 9879 64-Bit