If you go into the bios the settings, have a look to see what mode the interface is set to.
If the mode is set to Sata, and you have an option to set it to AHCI mode do so.
Save the settings and exit the bios.
And it should boot the windows install dvd, and install to the hard drive.
It may be the case that the interface mode selected is the cause of the problem.
Not finding the boot loader on the disc.
Or the fact of due to a sata, driver not pre installed.
Ahci mode gets around this problem.
Give it a try, let me know if it works.