So, I've had this PC for quite a few years, kept it updated for most of its life. Originally had Windows 7 on it, then upgraded it to 10. Recently, my hard drive decided to burn out and I lost everything. I've bought a new hard drive and tried to restore my OS by using a recovery drive I formatted through my laptop, thinking it would work since my PC and laptop were linked. Didn't work and I ended up buying a DVD copy of Windows 10 for fresh installation. However, when I put it in, and boot up my PC, it recognizes the disc and starts going through the Data collection of the installation process (where it asks for your product key). After putting in my key, the next screen only gives me two options. I either upgrade my OS (which I can't since it's a fresh new hard drive and there is no OS on it.) Or do the advanced, custom installation route, which gives me 5 storage options on where to store the OS information, but, none of the options work. I try formatting them to the OS and it says it fails, or it's the wrong file type (or something along those lines, I'm not in front of my PC right now). Do I need to mess around with something through my BIOS? How can I get around this "block" and get my OS working??