Windows Installation Error 0x80300024

I am trying to install Windows 10 on my HP h9-1215t Phoenix Windows 7 Desktop. I have 3 hard drives:

Disk 0: 256GB SSD with the W7 operating system.

Disk 1: 256GB SSD new and formatted.

Disk 2: 2TB WD HHD for data.

When I get to the "Where do you want to install windows?" screen and select either Disk 1 or 2 I receive error 0x80300024.  I tried adding a new partition to Disk 1 with the same results.  There is an option to load driver, but I am not sure were to find the driver.

I do not know what to do next?

 

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Last updated December 10, 2018 Views 128,228 Applies to:
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Disconnect Disk 2 and re-run setup and select the SSD. You can always reattach the 2 TB data drive after setup is complete or the other way around, if you want to install on the 2 TB drive instead, disconnect Disk one.
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Or press go to the setup as wherenyou

can see all the disks, if you look to the right on one of them you should see system and that's the drive you want to delete if you want windows on another drive so press shift and f10 then type in "diskpart" then type "listdisk" then "select disk (disk that has system on here, e.g. select disk 1" then "clean" once that's done you can install windows on another drive. Figured this one out myself, I fixed a problem :D

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