I noticed this question is already on here but it does not address the specific circumstances I am in and thus the solutions there are not really helpful here.
I have several hard drives connected to my motherboard and Ubuntu 12.04 installed on one of them (a 60GB SSD). I installed this Ubuntu to use temporarily while waiting for a new 2TB HDD I ordered after I had encountered some problems with Windows (one of my old drives failed).
I assumed that upon getting and installing the new 2TB HDD (using Gparted in Ubuntu) that it would become a usable device for installing Windows but, as in the question title, when I go to install Windows 7 I get to "Choose where to install windows" and "No drives were found". Even when I open the repair options and open a command line and use the 'diskpart' and 'list disk' it is unable to detect anything at all. I don't know if it's a driver issue but I doubt it is because I have installed with this hardware using the same disk in the past and never had any issues. It seems to only be since I installed Ubuntu.
I have 4 drives connected to my PC and all of which appear on disk check at startup, and in BIOS, and all appear in Ubuntu (as in I can see them, mount them, access them and format them, etc.). So I don't know where the problem lies.
All I want to do is install Windows 7 onto my new 2TB HDD. I have Ubuntu installed on another drive and can make changes to the 2TB HDD if necessary (such as formatting/partitioning).
This is what I am trying to make visible: http://i.stack.imgur.com/SXMov.png