Hello jmadden24, welcome to Seven Forums!
If you want to try another clean install
of Windows 7 as a start and to rule out format errors up front, boot the Windows 7 installation media to diskpart and run the clean
command, exit diskpart and use the installer to create a single 100GB partition to do the install to, to see if the installer will complete this time.
After you have copied out
or made back-ups
of the data you need to external media and be sure to post back with any further questions you may have and to keep us informed.
It may be a help to over-write the HDD Master Boot Record (MBR) before you start any other procedure using the diskpart clean
command, rather than the clean all; it takes just seconds to complete so you will have "unallocated" space to use either the Windows installer to create and format the partition(s) or use diskpart to create them, however you choose.
SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation
DISKPART : At PC Startup