I have your board, but I forget if the Intel SATA driver is part of the "chipset driver" package, which it probably is. That's also because I didn't use that one, but just because I like to get that driver from Intel. If you don't have that driver, you won't get all the features the Z77 chipset has, like SRT, but you may not need them.
The only Intel SATA driver for this (or any Intel board) is their IRST driver, which is used for either AHCI or RAID mode. The latest one is on the download page for this board on ASRock's site, "Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver ver:126.96.36.1996".
How to check what driver you have now? Open Control Panel and see if you find "Intel Rapid Storage Technology", which is the UI for creating, etc, RAID volumes.
Or, open Device Manager from Control Panel, and look in "IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers" or "Storage Controllers" for an Intel entry, double click that a choose the Driver tab, click Details, and if it's "iaStor.sys", it's the Intel driver.
If you can't find an Intel entry, but just "Standard AHCI Storage...", check that one as I described above, and it should say "msahci.sys" as the driver. That's the standard Microsoft AHCI driver.
All of this assumes you installed Windows with the SATA mode for the Intel chipset set to AHCI or RAID. If you set it to IDE, you'll have a standard Windows IDE driver.