|OK, the 111.xx capacity is the actual true capacity before partitioning and formatting. The reason has been covered multiple times and I don't wish to explain right now, just take my word for it.|
So that means the BIOS is configuring the hard drive now.
Contemporary motherboards with as many a dozen drive connections have a BIOS that you must select WHICH hard drive you want to access in addition to setting Hard drive in the boot order.
My guess is that your either have that setting wrong, or you may have missed the message asking where you want to install Windows.
The gist or it that it should work now. That statement assumes the hard drive is a working unit.
I suggest you download a drive fitness utility from the manufacturer. Burn it to disk and boot to that disk. It will check the drive and report back if it is defective. One other possibility is that the hard drive is partitioned and formatted using something Windows can't deal with. If that is the case you may need to use the hard drive prep tools from the manufacturer to wipe the drive and then try again.
Look in advanced BIOS features at Hard disk Boot Priority to set it for the 120GB drive.
Under Integrated Peripherals use AHCI