14 minutes ago, Nebby said:
The SSD is in AHCI right now, how do I get it to "IDE" (MSI BIOS)
You don't want it to be set to IDE, AHCI should be fine. If there's an 'ATA' option, you could try that as well. Sorry for my confusing wording, I was saying that it may be currently set to IDE, which would need to be changed.
Also check whether you have legacy boot enabled. Are you booting to the Windows installer through UEFI or no? If you were, it would say "UEFI: Your Device." on the boot options menu.
If your drives are formatted with GPT then legacy boot might not be able to see them. These are just ideas, I'm not sure.
Maybe if all else fails you could try to find a newer version of the Windows 7 installer, which may include more drivers and be able to see your drive(s).