Windows 11 can't find harddisk while installing to freedos MSI GF66. (VMD disabled.)

kadi15eb02ee

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I try to install Windows 11 but it can't see harddrive and ask driver. I searched for it, everyone says it is about İntel Rapid Storage Technology and I found some drivers but they only seen when I choose option show incompatible drivers too. When I choose these drivers it says "there is no new driver". Also, in bios menu VMD is disabled by default and can't be enabled. As far as I understand, while VMD is disabled, I should be able to access my harddisk.
 
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Do you install the new hard disk before having this issue?
Can the system detect the hard drive from the storage information in BIOS mode and provide the screenshot for reference?
 

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Do you install the new hard disk before having this issue?
Can the system detect the hard drive from the storage information in BIOS mode and provide the screenshot for reference?
"Do you install the new hard disk before having this issue?"
Computer is new, I didn't install anything. Hard drive is seen in Bios Menu.

I recreate boot USB. This time I use Windows Media Creation tool, after that I can see partions and install RST drivers. However, I can't install Windows to the partition I want. It says: "We Couldn't Create a New Partition or Locate an Existing One".
Hard drive has 3 partitions; UFI, Driver CD and another partition. There are some suggestions for that error is format to disk by diskpart: https://www.easeus.com/partition-ma...-new-partition-or-locate-an-existing-one.html However I am not sure it will work. Also this will delete Driver CD partition, does it make trouble?
Other sugesstions are:
disabling VDM and install Windows but VDM is disabled by default and can't be enabled and
the other suggestion is change SATA mode to AHCI mode but, there is no option in Bios (including advance menu).
 

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