Unable to fully install WIN7

So I just finished a build, have not built a computer for about 5 years but I know quite a bit.

I am installing Windows 7 from a cd as an ISO file after using ImgBurn
I have used many windows ISO files and installed from a CD. I am using a Windows XP ISO instillation right now.

Here is my problem,
I have gotten through 75% of the installation. Past the part where you select which drive you are installing, I am putting the OS on my SSD and currently have XP on my hard drive just so I could use the Internet to do research.

I get to the Updating Registry settings part, Windows restarts and continues to go to a black screen which asks me if i want to run in safe mode, safe mode with command prompt, last know good configuration everything I select it continues to do the same thing over and over.

I have disconnected the HD so its only booting from the SSD I have changed the settings in BIOS to boot from the SSD
I have tried to BOOT from a USB flash drive nothing I do will work and I have spent about 8 hours in the last 2 days trying to figure this out....
I know the computer is fine because I had a burned ISO of windows XP and that installed and is running fine.

I believe the problem is Windows 7 is not fully installing... Not that it is installed and wont run properly

If anyone can help at all I'd really appreciate it. Hopefully I have given enough information to narrow down the problems.

if anyone needs build information

Phenom 965 BE 3.4
212 hyper evo
gigabyte 990fx ud3
gskill 1886mhz 8gb DDR3
( I have not adjusted the settings in BIOS and as of now it only reads it as 1600mhz, I want to get the operating system installed before I mess with overclocking but this could be an issue? I'm not sure)
1tb HD
620w M2 Silent pro
Old 7950gx2 graphics card waiting on my 7970 on the mail
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  1. Hi, Is SATA set to AHCI or IDE in BIOS?
  2. IDE
  3. Try installing with only one RAM stick inserted. You can also use vLite for slipstreaming the graphics driver.
    Check also http://www.techspot.com/guides/143-dual-boot-windows7/page3.html
  4. I have already tested my ram but I'll try that. What is slipstreaming the graphics driver?
  5. Inserting in the Windows kit a graphics driver.
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