Windows has a hard time, sometimes, seeing RAW drives, IE drives that are not partitioned and formatted.
So get a boot CD that has a partitioning and formatting tool on it and boot the system from that. The Partition and format the SSD then try installing Windows.
How big is the partition and did you format it NTFS?
Disconnect all other drives, this should be done anyway when installing Windows so nothing from the Windows install get placed on any other drive then the one you want to install to.
Make sure the SSD firmware is up to date. You can go to the makers website and download a Utility that will check and update the firmware if needed.