If you are not running a RAID setup on your Sata controller, it might be worth to set it to IDE compatible mode in BIOS, and then to uninstall Nvidia Sata/IDE drivers in order to have Windows install its internal drivers (which are known to work).
Im not running any kind of RAID. I do not have an option in this machines BIOS to set either AHCI or IDE compatible.
As I said above I have seemed to work it out by simply running the nForce drivers back in.
I am yet to really test the drive properly and I may even be able to go back to sB03 firmware now the nForce SATA drivers have stuck better.