You can access the BIOS (CMOS) in the first 10 seconds or so after you power on your PC, normally by pressing Del or an F key. It may briefly display a message on the screen saying...
Press Del to enter setup
...so do as it says. Check the manual that came with the Motherboard or look for a manual online.
Try resetting all the options to their defaults as Sandeep suggested above.
Some SATA drive modes need you to install drivers during the Windows installation process. Again, check with the manufacturers or your Motherboard and Hard Disk. You could change the SATA hard disk mode in the BIOS to standard ATA.
If you try the install again, do a full format of the drive when given the option and try again.
UPDATE: Your motherboard manufacturers website:
Looks like you have a Pheonix BIOS so it should be Del you need to press. You can also download drivers and an update for your BIOS from here.