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Faced a similar issue recently and this is what I did Disabled UEFI. Switched to Legacy During Windows 7 32 bit setup chose custom installation and deleted all existing partitions. Created a new partition from the unallocated space and windows setup allowed me to use that partition to install windows
The problem is that you have booted from disc in non-UEFI mode. Make sure that CSM is disabled in your BIOS settings and when choosing the boot device, it should have UEFI: listed before the DVD drive name. Another thing I would recommend is to make a bootable USB without MBR by using Rufus or the manual method from here. If you can boot from it, then sure ...
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