I am trying to install Windows 8 Pro from an ISO, burned to a DVD. Setup boots and allows me to go through the install screens, up to disk selection. I have a Kingston Hyper-X SSD 128GB disk as Disk0 and 2x WD Caviar Black 1TB drives in a Raid 0 (HW) as Disk1. I previously had Win7 installed on the SSD but I removed the partitions so the Disk0 is ~120GB of unallocated space. On selecting Disk0 to install to and selecting next in this disk selection screen, I receive the Win8 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) for a split second and the computer immediately reboots (no user input prior to rebooting). I do not have time to see the error that is displayed so, I cannot give the specific error. I tried to proceed on this step after installing a raid driver for the raid controller and also without installing the raid driver; both scenarios result in the same behavior (though I'm not sure it is the same error).
Is there a way to pause the BSOD before it reboots? Or is there a way to modify the setup configuration to pause on a BSOD?
Are there any BIOS settings or configurations known to cause this sort of issue? I've done my best to Google answers.
I was able to install and dual boot the Consumer Preview without incident.