The boot screen above is with the Sata optio set to AHCI?
My suggestion change the boot order to 1st CD/DVD; 2nd Sata HDD
Disable the Boot Sector Virus protection option because it can block the Windows installation.
You can Enabled this option after the Windows installation when the Operating System is fully installed.
No, boot screen was with SATA option set to Native IDE, but I changed it now to AHCI to try it out again. I also changed the boot order to see if it changes anything and Boot Sector Virus protection has been disabled.
I took some pictures of the boot screen and trying to run the Windows 7 installation from USB to see if it has that Repair option there.
Below you can see that AHCI is enabled.
Here's the installation screen and like before, there's no Repair option and now Disk 0 Partition 3 is uninstallable although it was installable like you can see from my earlier post.
Here's the Show details of Disk 0 Partition 3
Like it suggests that I go to BIOS to check that the controller is enabled I noticed something strange.
This is the boot configuration screen and it doesn't show my HDD. Under Hard Disk Drives it just shows my USB flash stick that has the Windows 7 installation media.
Third IDE Master no longer displays my HDD like in Native IDE.
Same goes for my CDROM. Also every Master/Slave option shows Device :Not Detected.
I shut down my computer, removed the Windows 7 USB stick and rebooted the computer and entered BIOS. There's no Hard Disk Drive available in boot configuration menu and under the Removable Drives are only USB: Generic drives.