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How did you install Ubuntu? Using a Live CD I presume. If you were able to boot from the CD-Rom and run the Linux installation either as a demo or a physical installation then the CD-Rom drive is working. It should be able to boot from a Windows recovery CD and run the Windows installation program. There is no problem with the drivers because Ubuntu has its own drivers. Maybe the firmware of the Drive, but I doubt it. Since your hard drive is brand new (scrubbed) you have nothing to lose by physically installing Ubuntu and playing with it to verify the hardware and possibly to update the firmware of the CD-Rom drive. When choosing the Ubuntu distribution do not use one with a version number higher than 12.04 LTS. I could not install version 12.10 on an old tablet PC for some hardware reason: The Ubuntu part was not working but KDE was fine. When installing Ubuntu install grub on the C: drive. It will be wiped anyway when you reinstall Windows. Good Luck.
Open your system and fix any cable inside the system, maybe gor a loss connection. i guess that hard drive not detected. so fix it. please tell me what happen next i will surely give you more solution in it.
do not rate me if this not solve the problem.
at last remove and clean the memory fit it exactly to the slot.