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There's no master/slave and usually no jumper with SATA HDDs. And of course one SATA cable per drive.
If there's any problem with disk or CD/DVD drives, I would primarly look at the HDD information given in the BIOS menu. How about the DVD drive, is it recognized? If so, did you try to connect the HDD in place of the DVD?
Some old BIOS versions may have problems with some drives. E.g. incompatibility issues with SATA 2.0 or 3.0. If it's an old motherboard, I would try with a first generation SATA 1.0 drive. And generally try a different drive to sort out HDD defects.
Do you still need help? Looking at your screenshot #2 asking "where do you want to install windows?"
Click on Drive options (advanced). Does a hard drive choice show there?
Sometimes you need a correct partition to show in the list unless you choose advanced options.
Use advanced options to delete any previous partition record shown there.
WARNING - ALL DATA ON DRIVE WILL BE ERASED IMMEDIATELY
Then format the drive in that menu will create a partition.