Install Failure: Windows cannot be installed to disk 0 partition 1.

I have problem with installation Win7 x64. Installation stops on disk selection with mesage: "Setup was unable to create a new system partition or locate an existing system partition. See the Setup log files for more information". I tried ICH9 controler in mode AHCI and RAID. Loading intel drivers (Ver:8.7.0.1007 and 7.5.0.1017) gives me masage "Windows cannot be installed to disk 0 partition 1." Details: "Windows is unable to install to the selected location. Error: 0x80300001". I can see drives, make new partition and format it.
Spec:
CPU: Intel Q6600
RAM: 4GB
MB: MSI Neo2 FIR (intel P35 and ICH9R)
HDD: 2x 640GB SATA (empty)
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I had the same problem. On a new build, ASUS P8Z68-V/Gen4, I a pulled a WD 1TB Sata HDD from another computer I had and put it into my new computer.  The drive was previously used just as a data drive, not a boot disk. Win 7 didn't want load on it.
I followed the instructions posted by BenFreefly (although abbreviated slightly) and it worked. For reference, here are the steps;
1) After Windows gives you the error, hit SHIFT-F10 to get to the command prompt.
2) From command prompt enter the following commands:
diskpart
list disk
select disk 0    (your disk may be a different number)
clean
create partition primary
exit    (exits diskpart)
exit    (exits command prompt)
3) Click on Refresh
4) Windows now sees the disk as a primary disk
5) Select the disk and click Next.
From there, Windows will extract files and the install will boot several times.
Phil C.
Wow, that's weird, this is my answer that has been deleted