Installing Win 7 Enterprise to SSD

Dear Experts,

The OS installed is Win 7 Pro 64-bit and using GPT disk

I mounted the Win 7 Enterprise ISO image into my flash drive.
My flash drive can boot up but when it comes to SSD, it is unable to run the drivers I mounted using dism.

Does the Error: 0xc1420127 affects the dism mounting of the SSD drivers which I got from Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver?

I saw a video that says to do diskpart but I am not sure if that is correct.

How should I go about executing the installation?
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Jackie ManCommented:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Intel RST drivers are only needed if you have the drives setup in the bios as RAID, set them as AHCI and it should install just fine
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Jackie ManCommented:
What is the brand and model of SSD?
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Anonymous KHIT EngineerAuthor Commented:
It is a new HP EliteBook 840 G3, I don't see any setting to set AHCI.
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Anonymous KHIT EngineerAuthor Commented:
Hi! Jackie Man,

Thanks for the help, I will try it later and let you know of the outcome.
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Anonymous KHIT EngineerAuthor Commented:
Under Device Manager, Disk drives - it is MTFDDAV5 12TBN-1AR1ZABHA SCSI Disk Device
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Anonymous KHIT EngineerAuthor Commented:
Wah! Jackie Man,

I struggled to run the creator utility and it took so long and i saw the log says 3 images found and it took more than 15mins.

So I decided to use another flash drive, copy the mounted iso files into it and run it on the client's laptop, and it took about 15mins.

Then I loaded the client's laptop with the flash drive and it really runs as per normal.

Thanks Jackie Man! You are my life saviour!
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