Problem can occur if your system has an Intel storage controller that is configured to "RAID" mode in the BIOS. (This is a standard setting for many PC manufacturers) - check your BIOS settings
The hard drive you are installing to is an "Advanced Format" disk, which have a physical sector size of 4 kilobytes and a logical emulated sector size of 512 bytes.
Advanced Format is a new technology being adopted by PC manufacturers to increase media format efficiency which will lead to larger capacity hard drives. If you are replacing a hard drive in an older PC, you may be more likely to encounter this issue. - Make sure any drive you buy is NOT "Advanced Format"