I mean I can access the BIOS but I just have very limited options. I can change the clock, booting options, and some other insignificant features. But Luckily I didn't need to mess with that.
I downloaded a different Windows 7 iso (x15-65733 instead of x17-58997) from Download Windows 7 ISO (Official 32-bit and 64-bit Direct Download Links) [Archive] - My Digital Life Forums
and that iso worked for me without error!
I did have to be mindful to put the USB in the 2.0 and NOT the 3.0 jack.
Greg, actually I put the old HDD into the caddy and put the SSD in the computers main bay. I am relatively certain that my laptop wont let me run OS from the caddy.
I Thank you all for the help it was greatly appreciated