So I got a new 1TB WD Blue SSD the other day and I can't for the life of me install windows 10. My other drives (128GB ADATA and 1TB Toshiba HDD) are the drives I was using previously and they work flawlessly. The 128GB ADATA is the drive with windows 10 installed currently. I've been needing to do a clean windows 10 install so I thought instead of wiping my current drive I would buy a new one and format it before wiping anything. I'm installing by booting from a USB and the most common error I get is "We couldn't create a partition or locate an existing one". I have disconnected all other drives from the computer, set the ssd I'm attempting to format to sata slot #1, wiped the disk clean and reformatted with command prompt and made sure the format is GPT. Still nothing will remedy the problem. On my 4th attempt, once I disconnected the other drives and switched the SSD to the #1 slot, I was successful in getting windows 10 to install but when it loaded up for the first time it wasn't detecting any of my hardware. I thought it maybe didn't load everything correctly so I thought I would wipe the drive and start again. Ever since I can't get the drive to format with windows 10 and end up with the "We couldn't create a partition or locate an existing one" error. Can anyone help me?