Well back up and rinning on the laptop again! All the installation went well after my small mistake with clean all!
So what I did was as suggested:
Firstly had to update the bios as without a newer version would not allow a USB boot! Really weird! Anyway that worked.
So put in my usb and went to the command prompt and opened up diskpart
Put in "clean all" command after 48 hours hit ctrl-C (A message saying error appeared so not sure what that was about but ignored it) and that stoped and I instead did the command "clean"
Did this to both disks.
Procceded to install windows 7. I created the new partitions for the ssd's using the windows installer hard drive choice options. This all went well EXCEPT that it still demanded to put the installation on the second hardrive again! not sure why this was (may be explained further down).
Installation went fine all functions working I still have some driver
updates to install as the ones on my disk are painfully out of date.
Weird thing when I started the D: was not in a recognised format (This is also Disk 0 (the primary drive)) So I had to format it in to NTFS and Bingo it now works all well.
Nothing has crashed so far and installation is way better, GRUB is removed so Thanks all for your help I imagine the installation on the second ssd is due to it not formatting correctly at time of installation and then it could not put it on the primary ssd. It is still much quicker then before so I am going to leave it and have just changed the boot order