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Are you doing a fresh install and how many partitions are there in the existing HDD? It could be a disk partition issue. Try this:
1. Delete a partition, for example, drive D on the Disk 0.
2. Start to install Windows 7.
3. During installation, do not select any partitions, but choose "Drive Options".
4. Create a new partition with the unallocated space.
5. Continue to install.
Do you have the latest BIOS version update? If not try to update. Have you tried setting your SATA controller to AHCI in BIOS setup? If not and if there is an option, try this aswell. Unplug all other HDD’s if you have multiple HDD installed.
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