- I was getting an "mbr"/"efi" system problem, but then I chose the "non uefi" option in the boot menu in the bios to install win7, but it repeatedly is unable to install on the new partition I made... I deleted the partition and made a new one over and over again, but nothing...
My bad - didn't see the rest of your post. Do you have another computer (Windows 7) you can use the drive with? If so, try using Disk Management to remove any partitions. Does the Samsung come with cloning software (surely it does)?
Would you mind giving some additional information which might allow us to save you some steps, and possibly some grief? How are your 2 1TB drives configured: 2 separate drives, or in a raid array? If RAID, is it RAID 0 or RAID 1, software (Windows) or hardware (RAID controller) based? What OS is installed now? Are you going for a clean installation of Windows 7, or trying to migrate?
If you are using the two 1TB drives as a RAID array, then you should try using either of the SATA3 connectors labeled SATA3_A1 and SATA3_A2 for the single non RAID Samsung drive. These 2 connectors are not part of the (hardware) RAID controllable SATA ports.
You should not have to press F6 to load 3rd party drivers by using one of these ports (the SATA3_A1 and SATA3_A2 ports mentioned above). You will possibly have to load the RAID drivers later so that you can access the 2 1TB drives, but your Windows installation onto the Samsung drive should complete with no problems. If you cannot see the two 1TB drives after the install, load the RAID drivers for your motherboard's RAID controller.