Your image usually indicates that Windows does not detect the hard drive and wants a Mass Storage driver in order for the hard drive to be detected.
Edit: See this page. Try the F6 drivers linked to in the post. Extract the files to the root of a USB flash drive. Try this before wiping the disk.
Edit Edit: The Q170 chipset was introduced in Q3 2015 so your Windows 7 disk probably does not have the included drivers.
When you boot the Windows 7 install disk press Shift + F10 at the language screen to open a command prompt then type
select disk X Where X is your Windows disk
clean all This will zero out the disk and will take awhile. You know it will be done when the diskpart prompt appears again.
See if Windows now detects the drive in the image where it asks for a driver.
Edited by JohnC_21, 01 February 2017 - 01:28 PM.